On 21 January, hundreds of thousands of Women marched in Washington, joining millions around the world in protesting for women's rights on the first day of Donald Trump's presidency.
It is thought that the turnout for the Washington march, one of almost 700 globally, was around half a million.
EarthCam live feeds, as compared by users on Reddit and Imgur, showed more widespread and dispersed crowds during snapshots of the Washington Women's March, than during the Trump inauguration - although these are only snapshots of a less organised event.
Trump's inauguration crowds are currently a sore point for the administration, having failed to produce anywhere near the same numbers as President Obama's.
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