Atlanta got its geek on Saturday with the annual Dragon*Con parade through downtown Atlanta. And there was eye candy to spare for queer Atlanta and beyond.
The annual sci-fi-fantasy-comic fest’s parade is always a huge draw thanks to the extra creative minds of the participants.
Whether you like a “300” man, a superhero or a Wookie, there was something for everyone on a sunny Atlanta day made for a parade.
Photos by Laura Baccus Photography
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