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November 6, 2008

Obama/Biden Victory In Pictures


























































































Babies named after Barack Obama in Kenya


















Italian painter Daniele Donde gives a thumbs up next to a portrait of US president-elect Barack Obama, at his exhibition in Bucharest Romania, Thursday, Nov. 6 2008












































































Obama supporters in Geneva; Busan, South Korea; Minneapolis, MN; and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

















The awesomest hat ever in Kenya, and a celebration in Nigeria






Rome, Italy ("The World Changes")



















Bush leaves the podium














A sand sculpture congratulating US president-elect Barack Obama by Indian sand artist Sudarsan Patnaik is seen on a beach in Puri.













Indonesian students at Barack Obama's old school react as their teacher announces the US election result.


























Obama Girls, a hula dance group formed in honor of Obama's Hawaiian heritage, and an Obama doll in Obama City, Japan





An Indian artist makes a painting of American president elect Barack Obama and Mahatma Gandhi to mark the victory of Obama in Ahmadabad, India

























Celebrating in Kenya






Amman, Jordan ("Congratulations")




















Students in Pakistan


















New Delhi, India












Chicago, IL


















U.S. soldiers at Bagram airbase, Afghanistan






















U.S. citizens at an election party at the embassy in Beijing, China
















University of Sydney, Australia































Howard University, Washington















Indianapolis, Indiana














Celebrating in Jerusalem















Harlem, New York














Mock ballot at U.S. embassy in Beijing, China















Celebrating Obama's victory in Ohio at the U.S. embassy in London














Steve Francis at the Houston Rockets/Boston Celtics game in Texas
















A happy face in Amsterdam














Hollywood, CA
















Group hug!


















Joe Biden's mom is supercute














































Times Square






































Christine King Farris, sister of civil-rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., is embraced by her granddaughter Farris Watkins, 11, as she wipes away a tear after a cable news channel projected democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama as the winner during an election-night party at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta















Jalynn Walker, with her mother Jamie Davis and her sister Jordan Davis, light their candles for a vigil for 'watch night' at the crypt of Martin Luther King, Jr and his wife Coretta Scott King as they wait for results from the U.S. presidential election in Atlanta, Georgia























An Obama supporter, and a sign showing support for Barack Obama and his grandmother, Madelyn Payne Dunham, outside of her former home, both in Honolulu



















Katy Perry at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Liverpool, England



















































































































[Images from Yahoo News, Newseum, Barack Obama's flickr, and feministing]


3 comments:

Dollface said...

Love the pictures, especially the ones of people celebrating all over the world.

ceirdwenfc said...

Thank you for posting these pictures. They made me cry again. What a great night Tuesday was. I'm still giddy.

And I have to add:
Rahm Emanuel
Robert Gibbs

So YES!

Jess said...

Sadly, it looks like the Yahoo-based photos are broken links. Is there a way to get them back? The captions are tantalizing...