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THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Warm weather, Living Windows and Morpho butterflies

Sunday, December 9, 2012 | 5:41 p.m. CST; updated 6:40 p.m. CST, Sunday, December 9, 2012
The Tolton Catholic High School cheerleading squad stands for the national anthem and a prayer before the Tolton varsity girls basketball team played O'Hara Catholic on Friday at Tolton Catholic. Despite their efforts, the Trailblazers lost to the Celtics 45-39.

COLUMBIA — Last week, Missourian photographers captured images of the Living Windows Festival on Friday in downtown Columbia, the record-setting warm temperatures on Wednesday and high school sports.

Kile Brewer captured this image of Stephens College student Jessica Bock's reflection in a mirror as she plays an angel in My Secret Garden's "Every Cloud Has a Golden Lining" display at the Living Windows Festival on Friday in downtown Columbia.

In this photo by Stuart Palley, cars cross the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Street on Monday evening. Columbia saw a record daily high temperature of 75 degrees on Monday.

In this photo by Jaime Henry-White, MU journalism student Catherine Cojocaru works on her computer while sitting next to the Thomas Jefferson Statue on Monday on the Francis Quadrangle. Temperatures on Monday broke the record set in 1998.

In this photo by Bobby Watson, Morpho butterflies are suspended on pins at the Enns Entmology Museum. The museum, which was founded in 1874, houses nearly 6 million insects.

Supervising editor is Maggie Walter.

 

 


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