Presentation on theme: "Fireworks explode over the White House during the "Celebration of Freedom" festivities on the eve of President Bush's second inauguration on Wednesday."— Presentation transcript:
Fireworks explode over the White House during the "Celebration of Freedom" festivities on the eve of President Bush's second inauguration on Wednesday.
President Bush and first lady Laura Bush attend the Texas State Society's Black Tie and Boots Ball on Wednesday night.
Guests pose for a photograph with armadillos at the Black Tie and Boots Inaugural Ball in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday.
Snowflakes fall on the door of the presidential limousine as winter weather moves into the nation's capital late Wednesday.
Navy Seabees shovel snow from in front of the Capitol on Wednesday amid preparations for the inaugural.
Spectators gather in the standing-room only area near the U.S. Capitol as they await the start of inaugural ceremonies for President Bush on Thursday.
Protesters bearing fake U.S. currency with a likeness of Vice President Dick Cheney heckle partygoers arriving for the Black Tie and Boots Inaugural Ball on Wednesday.
President Bush, with first lady Laura Bush by his side, takes the oath of office from Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist on Thursday in Washington.
President Bush embraces his family, from left, Laura, Barbara, and Jenna, after taking his oath of office at the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Thursday.
President Bush relaxes after delivering his inaugural speech.
The crowd at the U.S. Capitol watches as President Bush delivers his inauguration speech on Thursday.
Hundreds of law enforcement officers line the presidential inaugural parade route as President Bush is sworn in for another term Thursday in Washington.
Police officers fire streams of pepper spray over a crowd of protesters after demonstrators threw objects over the fence at police as the Bush inaugural parade passed by Thursday on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington.
Anti-Bush protesters shout during the inauguration parade Thursday after President Bush was sworn in for a second term at the Capitol in Washington.
Seanna Rupe, Emily Rupe, Pasige Rupe, Calista Reynolds and Amy Reynolds stand on a pile of snow for additional height during the inaugural ceremonies on Thursday.
Surrounded by Secret Service agents, President George W. Bush and first lady Laura wave as they walk in the inaugural parade down Pennsylvania Avenue toward the White House on Thursday.
President Bush and first lady Laura Bush wave to the crowd after dancing at the Constitution Ball at the Washington Hilton Hotel during the 55th Presidential Inaugural celebration on Thursday.