Photo Essay: Breaking out the cameras

Photo of a grey and white puppy
Theo Wyss-Flamm/Senior Staff
My aunt's new puppy, Levi. Taken on Thanksgiving morning just moments before he tore a hole in my socks. (Theo Wyss-Flamm/Senior Staff)

Over Thanksgiving and Winter breaks, the photographers of The Daily Californian documented the various ways in which we spent our holiday. Be it spending quality time with friends and family or just taking time for ourselves to rest and recharge, we all came away with some beautiful shots to share.
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Got this feeling on a summer day: Top Bay Area spots to catch the sunset

Ah, summer. With the air getting warmer and the days getting longer, my favorite time of year is almost upon us. Whether you’re planning to road trip down the California coast or make bank at your new internship, there’s no better way to end these hot summer days than by watching the sunset. Here are the best spots in and around Berkeley to enjoy some of the most beautiful sunset views you’ll ever see. 
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Death from a distance

To the Left

When you are conscious of someone’s last waking moments, whether it be a person or a pet, you become suffocated by the distance.
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