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1 in 800,000: Your 2013 inauguration photos

By Daphne Sashin
January 21, 2013 -- Updated 2218 GMT (0618 HKT)
An expensive journey to Washington, a long wait in the cold, shoulder-to-shoulder crowds and intense security. It's not easy or trivial to be one of the 800,000 people in D.C. for President Barack Obama's second inauguration. Who are they, and what compelled those who are attending to be there? CNN iReport and Instagram teamed up to find out. <!-- -->
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</br>Texas college student Lyzette Garza (@lyzettegarza) and her best friend traveled to D.C. to be part of the inauguration festivities. An expensive journey to Washington, a long wait in the cold, shoulder-to-shoulder crowds and intense security. It's not easy or trivial to be one of the 800,000 people in D.C. for President Barack Obama's second inauguration. Who are they, and what compelled those who are attending to be there? CNN iReport and Instagram teamed up to find out.

Texas college student Lyzette Garza (@lyzettegarza) and her best friend traveled to D.C. to be part of the inauguration festivities.
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One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
One in 800,000: Your inauguration photos
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