This photo was taken during one of our Power Rangers Dino Thunder Mall tours.
Here's a part of one of my journal entries from my Ranger days:
I'm looking forward to the other mall tours. It's a good thing the helmet covers our whole face so no one has to see the stupid grin I have every time we face a new crowd of kids. They're so sweet. There was this sweet little girl who kept coming back even after she'd had her picture taken with me several times. I'd know she was there when I'd feel a little tug on my glove. I'd look down and find her smiling at me. I don't think she could talk properly yet. Her mom would carry her away again and again, laughing and apologizing because she just didn't want to leave my side. Aww.
And there was this little boy with a Dino Thunder morphing wristband thing who saw us just standing around by the elevator on the way to the dressing room. He asked his dad to stop so he could stare at us, and his eyes went wide as he said, "Power Rangers!" We weren't even dressed! The costumes were hidden! We made sure to give him special treatment when he came up to greet us when we went onstage.
Heh, and we'd always feel funny walking around in our normal clothes, not being mobbed, or hearing people exclaim "Power Rangers!!!" or being asked to stop to have our pictures taken. We'd be like, "Aww. We're normal teenagers again." Kids like them really made us feel like heroes even though all we did was put on the suits. It made me wish we could actually do something.