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D.C. Inauguration Photos From Around The Web

Here are some Inauguration pictures, taken this morning in D.C., from around the web. We’ll keep adding more through the morning.

M.V. Jantzen/Flickr

Headdressed for success. (M.V. Jantzen/Flickr)

55 a.m. (DCist.com)

National Mall Entrances Begin to Close, 9:55 a.m. (DCist.com)

Washington Monument, 7.38 am (DCist.com)

Washington Monument, 7.38 am (DCist.com)

57 a.m.

Intersection of 12th and E Streets NW, 8:57 a.m.

Overkill (M.V. Jantzen/Flickr)

FBI agents at the Washington Monument (M.V. Jantzen/Flickr)

Cold in D.C. A teacher blogs the inauguration for his Iowa students.

Cold in D.C. A teacher blogs the inauguration for his Iowa students. (jcummer.blogspot.com)

6 am, National Mall (moniguzman/twitter)

6 am, National Mall (moniguzman/twitter)

Nice Hat (rossweidner/twitpic)

Nice Hat (rossweidner/twitpic)

In a sea of (unironic!) flag-waving. (Angelan/Brightkite)

In a sea of (unironic!) flag-waving. (Angelan/Brightkite)

Its button man. (WayneSutton/Brightkite)

It's button man. (WayneSutton/Brightkite)

Stuck outside the gate waving our tickets to inept security. (Megan Allison Wade/loopt)

"Stuck outside the gate waving our tickets to inept security." 11.30 EST (Megan Allison Wade/loopt)

Small crowd huddled to listen to Obama on handheld tv (WayneSutton/Brightkite)

Small crowd huddled to listen to Obama on handheld tv (WayneSutton/Brightkite)

Minutes after Obama's swearing-in, the new WhiteHouse.gov had been published.

Minutes after Obama's swearing-in, the new WhiteHouse.gov had been published.

The crowd on The Mall (sdean8/flickr)

The crowd on The Mall (sdean8/flickr)

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