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Nudies, Bikes, and Trump Return to Fremont

The annual Solstice Parade was in fine form this weekend.

The Fremont Solstice Parade returned in usual form Saturday, combining nudity, bicycles and political satire the way only the Center of the Universe can.

Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren got these shots.

 

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