Top: Seven-year-old Coco Law, holding a mock road sign, was among the thousands taking to the streets. Far left: A lone protester stands with her sign outside government headquarters. Left: Police personnel attend to a woman who fainted during the march. Below: Some animal-lovers were more concerned about the captured Yuen Long crocodile than universal suffrage. Organisers hand out yellow ribbons to the marchers. The ribbons were to be tied to the Central Government Offices. Above: Police officers keep an eye on the marchers from the top of a building. Right: A couple dressed in traditional costumes celebrate their engagement by taking part in the march. They said they wanted to combine the biggest event in their lives with the biggest event in Hong Kong's fight for democracy. Far right: A pile of empty water bottles forms along the route as marchers try to keep cool in the 34.6-degree heat.