As Senator Feinstein’s Staff Shields Her From the Press, a Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words

From a Los Angeles Times story by Kent Nishimura headlined “As staff shield Feinstein from the press, a picture really is worth a thousand words”:

The exercise of photographing a U.S. senator is a bit like a game of cat and mouse.

The photographers and reporters of the Capitol Hill press corps patiently mill about in case a person, most likely in a blue suit (or sometimes a hoodie) with a phalanx of staff, breezes by. That’s when we strike.

In these brief moments, we create the postcards of history.