(Official White House Photo by Pete Souza )
President Barack Obama and Senator Ted Kennedy walk on the grounds of the White House, before signing of the Kennedy Service Act at the SEED School in Washington D.C.
As part of the 100-day commemorations, the White House has released 293 snapshots taken by its official photographer, Pete Souza.
They include photos of Obama meeting with various administration officials in different settings, a series of shots taken during his big foreign trip, of offbeat moments such as putting on the South Lawn, and quite a few of the first family, including the new first dog, Bo.
The photos capture Obama in more private moments and in various moods: upbeat, pensive, studious.
The photos also include one of the president getting help from Vermont Governor Jim Douglas moving a couch in the Oval Office, and another of Obama walking on the White House grounds with Senator Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts, who is battling brain cancer and is shown using a cane.
Souza is a South Dartmouth, Mass., native who graduated from Boston University. He took the White House job after working at the Chicago Tribune and as a journalism professor at Ohio University.
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