Last night was the 23rd Annual High Heel Race in DC. Thousands of people gathered on 17th Street between O Street and R Street to watch about 25 drag queens run two blocks in their high heels.
It looked like this:
The race is really more of an excuse for the pre-race bar specials, the pre-race drag queen parade, and the post-race revelry that erupts once the winning DQ hits the finish line.
It was really cold and windy yesterday! It's that bone-chilling cold that only comes with fall. I'll take winter over autumn any day. Fall makes me look like this:
You might be wondering how we got such a great shot of the actual race when there was already a huge crowd with their cameras raised over their heads. Well, that's when it helps to have your tall person on hand to do this:
You can also approximate the experience of being there by watching this handy YouTube video. Gosh, y'all, what did we do before the internets?