THE INAUGURATION IN 6 FRAMES
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Muhammad Rasheed of Washington, D.C. sells programs and calendars just outside the entrance to the National Mall before the inauguration ceremony on Monday. Rasheed says people are not spending as much money as the first inauguration because they realize President Obama is not the answer.
U.S. Capitol Police Officer Klebich stops by to say hello to Louie, a U.S. Park Police horse, behind the Longworth House Office Building on Monday. This is the seventh inauguration Klebich has worked.
Nebil Siraj, 5, of Greenville, N.C. sits on his father’s shoulders as they make their way through the crowd before the start of the inauguration ceremony on Monday.
Stephanie Davis of Pittsburg, Penn. waves a flag during President Obama’s speech on Monday. Davis said it was positive, and she loved it.
Vanessa Babb, 42, of Nashville, Tenn. tears up as she listens to the President’s speech on Monday. Babb said she wanted to be here on this historic day so she can tell her grandchildren she was there.
Ryan Lester, 9, right, sells hot chocolate with his sister Ellery, 7, after the inauguration ceremony on Monday. Lester plans to donate half of the proceeds to Newtown, Conn.