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Monday March 16, Our World In Pictures

March 16, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty
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NEW HAMPSHIRE — Hikers Take On Mount Washington: In this March 10 photo, Gary Gustafson, 58, leads Linda Dewey, 54, up an icy trail on the summit cone of Mount Washington. The hikers waited about four weeks for a calm day before attempting the mountain that is notorious for its erratic weather.

BROOKLYN — Students Participate in MTA After-School Program: Some 120 students from the Police Athletic League recently took part in an after-school program at the MTA’s New York Transit Museum in Downtown Brooklyn. The event, hosted by Time Warner Cable, included a guided exploration of the exhibit “ElectriCity: Powering New York’s Rails,” a look into how a subway car’s motor works and a demonstration on how to complete a circuit.

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CONNECTICUT — Pups Parade in Honor of St. Pat: Members of the Ihe Irish Wolfhoud Association of New England march in the New London St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday.

COLORADO — Air Force Freshmen Run Sprints: Air Force Academy freshmen run sprints at sunrise on March 13, as one of the physical challenges of “Recognition” at Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. The annual rite moves the freshmen from “doolies” to cadets.

CALIFORNIA — Rescued Sea Lions Rest at Animal Center: Rescued sea lions rest in a pen at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center on March 2 in Laguna Beach. Since January, more than 1,100 starving and sickly sea lion pups have washed up along California’s coast. Rescue centers have taken in about 800 but are stretched thin by the demand.


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