March 15, 2003 - An anarchist notices a camera and attempts to hide his face with a flag so as not to be photographed.  Anarchists were present at the day's protest march, but with the exception of tearing down snow fences, and blocking streets, did not cause a problem for the DC police.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - An anarchist gets in front of a DC police officer on his motorcycle as he attempts to drive down 14th Street, NW in Washington, DC.  After a few minutes of yelling, the police officer turned around and did not attempt to break through the line set up by the protestors.  Anarchists were present at the day's protest march, but with the exception of tearing down snow fences, and blocking streets, did not cause a problem for the DC police.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - Tens of thousands of anti-war protestors gather on the grounds of the Washington Monument to voice their opposition to the possible oncoming war with Iraq.  Organizers of today's rally fear this will be their last attempt to make their voices heard before the United States does take military action to disarm Saddam Hussein.  Official estimates by the Washington, D.C. police put the total attendance of the protest at 40,000, but protest organizers dispute that number and estimate 100,000 showed up to oppose the war.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - An unidentified pro-war supporter dresses as Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein and waves to anti-war protestors thanking them for their support.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - An anti-war protestor waves a flag of peace in front of the Washington Monument during today's peace march on Washington, D.C.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - Freelance photographer, Aaron Bernstein, has a run-in with an anarchist that did not want his photo taken as he tore down a snow fence at the base of the Washington  Monument.   Anarchists were present at the day's protest march, but with the exception of tearing down snow fences, and blocking streets, did not cause a problem for the DC police.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - A counter protestor that refused to be identified (center), attempts to stop marchers participating in the anti-war march on Washington, D.C.   © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - An anarchist waves a flag to alert his friends to his location.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - Anarchist celebrate after forcing a Washington, D.C. police car to turn around and give up his plan of driving down 15th Street, NW.   Anarchists were present at the day's protest march, but with the exception of tearing down snow fences, and blocking streets, did not cause a problem for the DC police.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - Tens of thousands of anti-war protestors gather on the grounds of the Washington Monument to voice their opposition to the possible oncoming war with Iraq.  Official estimates by the Washington, D.C. police put the total attendance of the protest at 40,000, but protest organizers dispute that number and estimate 100,000 showed up to oppose the war.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - Anti-war protestors gather to dance and celebrate their unity in showing support for peace in Iraq.  Official estimates by the Washington, D.C. police put the total attendance of the protest at 40,000, but protest organizers dispute that number and estimate 100,000 showed up to oppose the war.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - An anti-war protestor steps in front of a Washington, D.C. police car to prevent him from driving down the street.  Protestors gathered in support of this protestor and the police car was forced to turn around and retreat.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - A child, whose father asked that I not identify him, rallies the protestors by chanting, ''What do we want?  Peace!  When do we want it? Now!''.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - Anti-war protestors march down Constitution Avenue in Washington, D.C. to voice their opposition to the possible oncoming war with Iraq.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - Tens of thousands of anti-war protestors march down the streets of Washington, D.C. to voice their opposition to the possible oncoming war with Iraq.  Official estimates by the Washington, D.C. police put the total attendance of the protest at 40,000, but protest organizers dispute that number and estimate 100,000 showed up to oppose the war.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - Laurence E. Hirsch of Norristown (right), PA confronts a counter demonstrator who refused to be identified, and tried to stop participants from marching during today's demonstration against the possible on-coming war with Iraq.   © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - Anti-war protestors are reflected in the sun glasses of a Washington, D.C. police officer as she keeps watch over the crowd to make sure there are no attempts at disruption of the peaceful march.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - Protestors march through the streets of Washington, D.C. during what they feel may be their last attempt to voice their opposition to the United States' use of military force to disarm Saddam Hussein before America takes action.  Official estimates by the Washington, D.C. police put the total attendance of the protest at 40,000, but protest organizers dispute that number and estimate 100,000 showed up to oppose the war. © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - A colorful protestor on stilts and a very elaborate outfit participates in the anti-war march on Washington, D.C.  Protestors marched through the streets of Washington, D.C. during what they feel may be their last attempt to voice their opposition to the United States' use of military force to disarm Saddam Hussein before America takes action.  Official estimates by the Washington, D.C. police put the total attendance of the protest at 40,000, but protest organizers dispute that number and estimate 100,000 showed up to oppose the war.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 15, 2003 - Tens of thousands of anti-war protestors gather on the grounds of the Washington Monument to voice their opposition to the possible oncoming war with Iraq.  Official estimates by the Washington, D.C. police put the total attendance of the protest at 40,000, but protest organizers dispute that number and estimate 100,000 showed up to oppose the war.  © Mike Lynaugh