Condoms. Koozies. Magnets. And photos. Hundreds of them. You flooded our booth throughout Atlanta Pride to grab our swag like it was sweet, sweet rainbow-colored candy and pose for pics to show off like a Pride diva. Here are the results.
Some 275 photos of you, your friends and even your pet finding just that right look for our camera. Some kissed and some flexed, yet everyone seemed to tap their inner Pride just as the shutter snapped. For a handful of folks, we even stepped outside the booth to catch their Pride look.
Some photos by Sher Pruitt
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