I got out at Federal Center. Fortunately, about a third or better of the people on the train car got off at the station before, L'Enfant Plaza. I say fortunately because I have never EVER seen the Federal Center station so packed with humanity! Sorry about the dark image. I decided, though, to render the lighting exactly as it appeared. One could easily increase the exposure, but then you lose the sense of what it's like to be in a dark cavernous station along with hundreds and hundreds of other people.
Later, as people spilled out of the Federal Center Metro station, they were met by this Humvee, with guns removed. All was well, though; the military was only there to assist the D.C. police and March officials direct traffic and to offer emergency assistance. I was happy to learn later that--unlike the protests during the Inauguration--there was not a single incidence of violence.