Different mood at Obama's second inauguration


Four years ago, more than one million people attended President Barack Obama's first inauguration.

It was a historic event and the mood fit the occasion.

Among those participating were members of "Indy Pride" - an Indianapolis music group comprised of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) musicians.

They were part of the first LGBT group to march in a presidential inaugural parade.

Now, in 2013, they feel the spotlight is less on Mr Obama and more on who is invited to participate.

Others on the National Mall also felt a different mood four years later.

Photos: Getty Images and courtesy Indy Pride

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