After two days of rain punctuated by nearly 70 arrests Wednesday, the Occupy DC camp in McPherson Square tried to dry itself out Thursday. On the ground, soggy and discarded, was a piece of protest art.
Taken with Hipstamatic, John S Lens, Ina’s 1969 Film, No Flash. (Dan Zak)
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Dan Zak is a feature writer and general assignment reporter based in the Style section. He joined the Post in 2005, after stints as an editorial assistant at Entertainment Weekly and a city-desk reporter and obituary writer at The Buffalo News.