I’m devoting this week to pictures I took at the Presidential Inauguration. I wasn’t in Washington, which would have been very interesting. But I had a front seat view right in my livingroom, while I was working on my projects. You can see part of my computer screen on the right of the picture. Above the television are souvenirs from Peru and Bolivia.
As you can see, I still have my Christmas decorations. I was away at Christmas and didn’t enjoy them, so they’re staying up a couple of weeks more. I love the red! The “JOY” piece might stay up all year, since Joy is my theme for the year.
I love faces; they are so expressive. I managed to catch some of them with my little camera, and here they are. Most of them were too far away for me to see, so I have to thank the camera men for zooming in on some of them.
Isn’t’ it neat with the overlay on Beyoncé’s face while she’s singing The star spangled banner? Have you heard the comments that she might have been lip sinking? However, it was awesome!
A face set in stone, the monument of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
This girl was excited because she had also been on the First Inaugural Ceremony for Barack Obama. The girl on the next picture was on the first one too. She was there for a different reason. I guess she had no choice.
Malia is spending her teen age years at the White House. Very few girls get to do that. And she is modern, just like her dad, the President. Remember when he took office and there was talk about that he couldn’t have a Blackberry? That quickly changed. And here his daughter is doing just what most of the public did.
Everybody with their phone or their camera!
Here is a happy face. Al Rocker was so excited because he got the first “interview” with the President on his second term. He got the first one with the Vice President, too. It was fun to watch. He had to yell several times to get their attention, and then he asked his question about how they were doing. Does it count for an interview?
Why did I just get women faces? No, I’ve also got some guys. Let me close for today with two samples. Tomorrow I’ll have pictures from the Parade.