Thursday, November 6, 2008

Our Obama moment


In the office yesterday, we didn't pop champagne, but we had our Obama moment serving some coke round in the library and generally discussing the new world order which America has set in motion. At once, everyone felt like an American, even though most of us had never been inside an American embassy to apply for a visa not to talk of visiting America.

So I suggested to the other guys that we pose for a picture with the day's papers to etch that day in memory and history. It is the result of today's post. Our vintage Obama moment.

7 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

It is a big day everywhere. The first African American elected to the presidency is monumental in this country. And, I hasten to add, this man is no dullard.

Lolade said...

He is definitely very intelligent, Sir Abe. ANd he is very inspiring too.

JM said...

I really like that photo! The world is so happy now!

Kris said...

I do like the layout of the News Review cover.

Is that a Nigerian publication?

babooshka said...

It seems the world is caught up in this. I'm with you not American, but have felt like one this week. Great pic.

MurciaDailyPhoto and www.asthes.tk said...

A photo for the history. Great!

Deana said...

It was a grand moment. I am very happy and hope that it will bring many good things to the the US. I love your photo!