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Last week while you were sleeping in preparation for a night of drinking green beer I headed down to midtown manhattan with an old Leica 35mm camera to shoot one of the city’s oldest traditions- the St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

Here’s what I learned; the Irish take St. Patrick’s day very seriously, even at 10 in the morning everyone is plastered, Irish people don’t mess with their own kind, and since 90% of the NYPD is made up of Irish-Americans, pretty much anything goes.

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These two weren’t plastered. I don’t think.

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Their teacher scolded me for taking this one.

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White girl wasted.

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Love, Loyalty, Friendship. Awe.

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They took my business card so I can’t make any wiseass comments.

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Best shot of the day.

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A SEA OF DRUNKEN IRISH TEENAGERS.

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It’ll grow back.

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