NC Pride Parade was a visual delight

photo by Melissa Key

Our Clarion Content team was out in force for the NC Pride Parade and the subsequent festivities. It was a potpourri of visual delights. Fab photog, Melissa Key, was on the scene. You may remember the delightful pictures she took for us at this year’s Festival for the Eno. Here are the shots she got for the Clarion Content at NC Pride. Hopefully, you see yourself, someone you love, or something that makes you smile.

The Parade was a profusion of color...photo by Melissa Key

The Parade was a profusion of color…photo by Melissa Key

Organizers had to set-up a slightly different route this year to adjust for Durham’s booming construction, but nobody seemed to mind.

More than one stilt walker was on-hand...photo by Melissa Key

More than one stilt walker was on-hand…photo by Melissa Key

As we wrote in our article the day after the event there a panoply of groups represented.   Hip-Hip Hooray!

photo by Melissa Key

photo by Melissa Key

Calls for equality were met with cheers!

Enthusiasm abounded from all side...photo by Melissa Key

Enthusiasm abounded from all side…photo by Melissa Key

Rex Ledger and Junior Throokmorton (left to right) from Triangle Riders...photo by Melissa Key

Rex Ledger and Junior Throokmorton (left to right) from Triangle Riders…photo by Melissa Key

UNC-Chapel Hill!

The universities were out en masse...photo by Melissa Key

The universities were out en masse…photo by Melissa Key

Duke!

photo by Melissa Key

photo by Melissa Key

N.C. State!

photo by Melissa Key

photo by Melissa Key

Happy couples were everywhere!

Leslie Moyer and Maria Levy...photo by Melissa Key

Leslie Moyer and Maria Levy…photo by Melissa Key

Steven Driver (left) and Jeffrey Gregory (right) enjoy the festivities with their sons Triston (left) and Diesel (right)...photo by Melissa Key

Steven Driver (left) and Jeffrey Gregory (right) enjoy the festivities with
their sons Triston (left) and Diesel (right)…photo by Melissa Key

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