White House Photos Now on Flickr

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The White House has put an immense number of photos on Flickr for the public to view, copy, distribute, and remix. The candid shots of Obama and his family are pretty neat. Below, four photos of Obama playing or watching sports.

Obama sports photo montage: Obama sports photo montage

Left: Obama contests Education Secretary Arne Duncan’s jump shot. Top right: Obama and Michelle react to their daughter Sasha’s basketball game. Middle right: Obama is heckled by a man wearing an Obama shirt at a Wizards-Bulls basketball game in Washington DC. Obama went to support the Bulls. Bottom right: Obama and Biden practice putting with the White House in background.

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