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FRIENDS Macey Harmon, 7, left, and Zoe Bryant, 7, right carry the sign and lead the Candlelight March through downtown Placerville Monday night. Zoe's brother Evan Bryant, 9, carries a candle, far left, as does dad Steve Bryant, 40, far right, with Nick Harmon, 10 to his right. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
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Mateo Torres, 2, is ready for the Martin Luther King Candlelight March in downtown Placerville Monday night with grandma Maria Quintero, 53, center and mom Paty Gonzalez (not pictured) all of Placerville. The march from Town Hall to the Bell Tower and back followed an evening of song, poetry and informative presentations to mark the opening of the Season of Nonviolence. The event is organized by the El Dorado Peace and Justice Community. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
FRIENDS Macey Harmon, 7, left, and Zoe Bryant, 7, right carry the sign and lead the Candlelight March through downtown Placerville Monday night. Zoe's brother Evan Bryant, 9, carries a candle, far left, as does dad Steve Bryant, 40, far right, with Nick Harmon, 10 to his right. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
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during the (blank) period of an NHL hockey game in San Jose, Calif., Saturday, Jan. 8, 2011.(AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
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The associate director of the UC Davis Bookstore, Jason Lorgan, at the text book rental section.
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This innocent looking pooch is actually a sinister space alien, bent on world domination. Beware!
This innocent looking pooch is in fact a sinister space alien, bent on world domination. The little pup wants to be appointed to the Davis City Council.
Eddie Subedi and Sara Medel discuss a math problem written on the classroom windos. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise Photo
Sofia Cardenas and Barbara Araneda work on a math problem at the whiteboard. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise Photo
Brendy Patino-Cruz works with AVID teacher Helen Spangler. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise Photo
Eddie Subedi and Sara Medel discuss a math problem written on the classroom windos. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise Photo
Sofia Cardenas and Barbara Araneda work on a math problem at the whiteboard. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise Photo
Brendy Patino-Cruz works with AVID teacher Helen Spangler. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise Photo
Davis High musicians Ethan Rosenberg, Chad Masarweh, Elizabeth Kubey in the back row and Cassie Vance, Matti Siltanen, Kristen Ronning in the front are among those who will be playing in the Festivities of Bands concert at DHS. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise Photo
Dahra Zamudio won at #2 singles 6-2, 6-1 over Megan White. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise Photo
Kelly Chui returns a backhand in her 6-0, 6-0 win over Brooke McBride. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise Photo
UC Davis' Megan Heneghan returns a shot in her 6-0, 6-0 win over Dana Carollo. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise Photo
Ashley Merryman discusses her book at a meeting of the Davis Parent University program at Davis High. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise Photo
Panelist Pam Mari, Valerie Frankel (speaing), Eric Hassid, Jann Murray-Garcia, and Koren Motekeitis discuss how to work with our children with speaker Ashely Merryman (far right). Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise Photo
NOT JUST BLOWIN' SMOKE - Ben Cunha, 28, of Diamond Springs starts up a diesel locomotive for its first test ride in El Dorado. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene.
ROLLIN' DOWN THE LINE - Ben Cunha, 28, of Diamond Springs leans out the door of a diesel locomotive to check on the track on the train's first test ride in El Dorado. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene.
Larry Howe, 59, Of Diamond Springs Tells The Locomotive Driver, Keith Berry, 62 Of El Dorado That There Is Debris On The Tracks Ahead. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene
AT THE THROTTLE - President of the El Dorado Western Railway Foundation, Keith Berry, 62, of El Dorado drives a diesel locomotive for its first test ride in El Dorado. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene.
Kim Andrup, Elderly Nutrition Program in Yolo County, and former Mayor of Davis Ruth Asmundson deliver warm food to Davis resident Francis during the Meals on Wheels Mayor Day on March 19, 2008. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise Photo
Wranglers Lea Rosenberg, Elaine Barratt, and Sandy Holman are ready for the Soroptimist International of Davis Second Annual "Texan Hold 'Em and More" to be held Saturday March 5, from 6 to 10 p.m. and the Davis Veterans' Memorial Center. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise Photo
Program Aide Rosalia Amos works with visitors to the Yolo Adult Day Health center in Woodland on March 9, 2010. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise Photo
Phoenix Suns forward Hakim Warrick, left, attempts a shot over Dallas Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki, right, of Germany, in the second quarter of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Paul Connors)
Hawaii's Zane Johnson launches one of his nine three pointers against UC Davis. Defending is Josh Ritchart. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise Photo
Hawaii's Vander Joaquim puts in a basket over the defense of UCD's Mike Kurtz. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise Photo
UCD's Alex Tiffen collides with Hawaii's Jeremiah Ostrowski as he tries to bring down a rebound. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise Photo
UC Davis assistant coach Kevin Nosek tries to rally players on the bench during the Aggies ESPN Bracketbusters game against Hawaii. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise Photo
Sacramento pianist Richard Cionco will perform with the Auburn Symphony when it performs March 13 at the Mondavi Center. Courtesy photo
Scott Evans stands with a copy of his book Firsr Folio, a literary mystery that takes place, in part, in Davis. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise Photo
Davis author Scott Evans reads from his book First Folio. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise Photo
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Cirrus (No. 91389), a neutered male black tabby and white domestic short-haired cat, is available for adoption at the Yolo County Animal Shelter. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Will Ebeler, Michael Rumery and Sam Theg and on trombones. DHS Jazz Band is going to Monterey on April 1-3 to compete in Next Generation Jazz Festival.
Rowan McGuire on drums, Andy McCauley on bass. Practicing "Business as Usual". DHS Jazz Band is going to Monterey on April 1-3 to compete in Next Generation Jazz Festival. Photo of kids practicing, working with teacher Fred Lange, etc. Assigned by Jeff.
Checker Lars Cederquist helps Sunny Shine with her re-usable cloth bags at the Davis Food Co-Op. Sunny Shine is very happy about the potential ban even though she did use a couple of plastic bags for her vegetables. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
A firefighter runs at the site of a massive tsunami, triggered by a powerful earthquake in Sendai, Miyagi prefecture, northern Japan, Saturday, March 12, 2011. (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa)
This shows computer modeling of the ground around faults in California. The black lines are faults and the colored fringes represent ground movement.
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Preschoolers and their families dance as Bob Armstrong plays the accordion. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
D.J. Pritchard and Grammy Patty dance at the Winters Parent Nursery School's annual St. Patrick's Day celebration. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
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FILE - In this Sunday, Jan. 11, 2009 file picture, the BMW 7 Series ActiveHybrid concept car is introduced at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. (AP Photo/Jerry S. Mendoza)
The Hall of Fame welcomes bike racing fans who gathered in Davis last May 17 for the start of Stage 2 of the Amgen Tour of California.
Undated handout photo of US author Jonathan Franzen whose remarks about the US war in Iraq will appear in the 18 September 2003 editions of Stern Magazine. Acclaimed U.S. writer Jonathan Franzen, making clear his antipathy to President George W. Bush's actions in Iraq, said Europeans should leave Bush "dangling" at least for another year - until the November 2004 presidential elections. He said the U.S. public would not have supported a war in Iraq if the Bush administration had not declared it to be a war about the U.S. internal security. Europe should let Bush dangle - "preferably until the elections next year" - regarding his request for support in Iraq, Franzen said. EPA PHOTO/EPA/FARRAR, STRAUS AND GIROUX/HO/ COPYRIGHT PRESSENS BILD Code: 455
-In this Friday, April 1, 2011 photo released by Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO), a TEPCO employee points at a maintenance pit with a crack inside, not in the photo, on the edge of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear nuclear power plant in Okumamachi, Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern Japan. The crack was apparently caused by the March 11 earthquake and may have been leaking since then, said the company's spokesman Osamu Yokokura. (AP Photo/Tokyo Electric Power Co.) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
Sarah Augusto listens as Eric Lee speaks about the student activism team
Koi, a year and half old male domestic short hair cat. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Tulip, a 3 month female labrador retriever/chine mix is available for adoption at the Yolo County Animal Shelter. A093859 Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
The Tigercats 10U squad of the Davis Youth Softball Association are all smiles as they are surrounded by members of the University of Pacific Tigers last weekend in Stockton. The little cats attended the big cats’ game — a 5-4 win over UC Riverside — thanks to the efforts of Davis’ Mark Stephens, whose two daughters, Julie and Erin, played DYSA ball and attend UOP. Erin played for the Tigers. Courtesy photo
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In this undated photo provided by the General Motors Corp., a 2011 Cadillac CTS-V is shown. (AP Photo/General Motors Corp.)
In these handout photos released by the NFL and taken in February 2011, top NFL Draft prospects are shown at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. They are, top row from left: Tyler Sash, FS, Iowa; Da'Norris Searcy, FS, North Carolina; Jabaal Sheard, DE, Pittsburgh; Kelvin Sheppard, LB, LSU; Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State; Anthony Sherman, FB, Connecticut. Bottom row, from left: Aldon Smith, DE, Missouri; Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado; Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland; Tyron Smith, OT, Southern California; Nate Solder, OT, Colorado; Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa. (AP Photo/NFL, Ben Liebenberg)
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Henry Louis Gates Jr. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Andrew Dorn, shows off his quick sketch during the Art and Ag plain air workshop led by local artist Rebecca Ryland. Sue Coclrell/Enterprise photo
Alice Peterson and Sally Borges take part in the Art and Ag plain air workshop. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Rebecca Ryland. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Center for Land Based learning Art and Ag visit. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Peach blossoms in bloom at the March visit of the Center for Land Based Learning. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
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June Hebb is a frequent artist at the art and ag farm visits. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
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Da Vinci High school students Cali Grener and Mika Grain. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Mary Teabo, at the easel, from Sacramento. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Willow, a 2 year female domestic short hair gray tabby is available for adoption. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Kobee, a white male poodle mix is looking for a good home. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Harper Junior High students view the newly installed solar panels Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Watering your garden will cost more, under the city of Davis' proposed utility rate increases. The City Council will conduct a public hearing Sept. 6 on whether to enact the new rates. Davis water users have until then to lodge an official protest, if they wish. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
NASA Associate Administrator for the Science Mission Directorate Edward Weiler praises NASA's scientists and engineers gathered to pay tribute to the Mars rover Spirit Tuesday , July 19, 2011, at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif. Spirit and its twin, Opportunity, landed on Mars in 2004 for what was supposed to be a three-month mission. Both survived longer than expected and uncovered geologic evidence that the red planet was once warmer and wet. Spirit operated on the surface for six years. In May, NASA declared Spirit dead after it had not responded to commands for more than a year. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
The Ecological Garden at the Student Farm. The Ecological Garden is a half-acre garden of flowers, vegetables, herbs, fruit trees, vines, insectary plants, chickens, worm bins and compost piles used for teaching ecological horticulture and related topics. The garden ecosystem mimics natural ecosystems in many ways, thus providing students, grade school children and adult visitors numerous opportunities to learn about fundamental biological and ecological processes and how we can manage the garden to be productive, attractive and environmentally sound. Certain areas of the Ecological Garden are devoted to specific concepts such as culinary and medicinal herbs, vegetable and fruit prodution, seed saving, native xeriscape plantings, and butterfly/insectary plants. The Ecological Garden also is home to the Children's Garden program.
Oregon Running back LaMichael James, right, evades California defender Sean Cattouse on his way to scoring a touchdown during the first half of their NCAA college football game in Eugene, Ore., Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011. (AP Photo/Don Ryan)
UC Davis police move protesters who were attempting to block the walkway on the Quad and the removal of other protestors who had been arrested during the removal of tents on Friday afternoon. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Occupy UC Davis protestors encircle the tents set up on the Quad that the chancellor had campus police remove Friday afternoon. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
UC Davis Police Lt. John Pike uses a can of pepper spray to move protestors who were blocking officers attempts to remove arrested protestors from the Quad on Friday afternoon. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
UC Davis Police Lt. John Pike uses a can of pepper spray to move protestors who were blocking officers attempts to remove arrested protestors from the Quad on Friday afternoon. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
2011 Ford Mustang GT: The all-new 5.0-liter V-8 engine in the 2011 Mustang GT uses advanced technology to deliver 412 horsepower and a best-in-class highway fuel economy of 26 mpg. (03/26/2010)
Bathroom renovation designed by Home Improvements Group of Woodland, California.
Bathroom renovation designed by Home Improvements Group of Woodland, California.
Bathroom renovation designed by Home Improvements Group of Woodland, California.
Della Davidson, professor of Theatre and Dance photographed for the 2004 Annual Report.
The English Beat perform in Portland Oregon at McMenamins Crystal Ballroom. Portland OR December 4, 2006 © Jackie Butler / Retna Ltd.
UNION MINE'S Grady Lynch took first place in the 200 freestyle event. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
UC Davis student/Picnic Day model Kaitlyn Clark is fitted by UCD fashion club designer Faizan Dar during a workshop. Clark will be wearing the wedding gown during Saturday’s Picnic Day Fashion Show at Freeborn Hall at 1:30 p.m. Dar’s collection is inspired by Mughal era textiles. His work along with that of other club designers will be shown at the gala event. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Cincinnati Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips, left, tries to tag out San Francisco Giants' Melky Cabrera who stole second base in the first inning of a baseball game on Wednesday, April 25, 2012, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Ernest Coleman)
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SH12E092YARDSMART May 14, 2012 -- Apple trees trained to a single trunk produce a columnar fruit tree for small spaces. (SHNS photo courtesy Maureen Gilmer)
SH12E093YARDSMART May 14, 2012 -- Grow currants in woodland homesites where traditional fruit fails in shade. (SHNS photo courtesy Maureen Gilmer)
SH12E094YARDSMART May 14, 2012 -- Landscaping with colorful elderberries yields an annual crop of elderberry wine. (SHNS photo courtesy Maureen Gilmer)
San Francisco Giants' Gregor Blanco reacts after he struck out swinging for the final out of a baseball game against the Miami Marlins in Miami, Saturday, May 26, 2012. The Marlins defeated the Giants 5-3. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
A noose hangs Friday, June 15, from the south goal post at Ron & Mary Brown Stadium at Davis High School. Winfred Roberson/Courtesy photo
San Francisco Giants' Buster Posey, right, is congratulated by third base coach Tim Flannery after hitting a two-run home run off Colorado Rockies' Drew Pomeranz in the third inning of a baseball game on Saturday, Aug. 11, 2012, in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)
France's guard Florence Lepron, front, tries to block United States' guard Maya Moore during their women's gold medal basketball game at the 2012 Summer Olympics on Saturday, Aug. 11, 2012, in London. (AP Photo/Mark Ralston, Pool)
This undated photo made available by Infiniti shows the 2013 Infiniti JX35 sport utility vehicle. (AP Photo/Infiniti, Guy Spangenberg)
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This undated publicity photo provided by Rizzoli, shows a table set for a holiday dinner party from the book "Soiree: Entertaining with Style," (Rizzoli) by Danielle Rollins. “It’s not about what you’re serving, it’s how it’s displayed,” says Rollins. (AP Photo/Rizzoli, Quentin Bacon)
This 2011 publicity photo provided by Rizzoli, shows a Chocolate Mousse dessert served at a New Year's Party taken from the book “Soiree: Entertaining with Style,” (Rizzoli) by Danielle Rollins. “Parties give us the chance to suspend what’s going on in our lives and give us space to be merry,” says Rollins. (AP Photo/Rizzoli, John Kernick)
Goodyear winter tire testing at the Automotive Enviro Testing Facility in Baudette, Minnesota. Photography By LewStampPhotography.com
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Los Angeles Police officials get an assault weapon back at the LA Memorial Sports Arena in Los Angeles Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012. Los Angeles police are offering groceries for guns in a buyback program that was moved up in the wake of the Connecticut tragedy. Police officials will be accepting weapons Wednesday at the LA Memorial Sports Arena and the Van Nuys Masonic Temple. Weapons can be turned in with no questions asked. Handguns, rifles and shotguns can be exchanged for $100 Ralphs grocery store gift cards. An automatic weapons will earn a $200 card. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
SH13E196HOMESTYLE May 27, 2013 -- You can serve guests chilled tap water and it will seem luxurious if you put it in lovely glass goblets. (SHNS photo courtesy Nell Hill's)
SH13E196HOMESTYLE May 27, 2013 -- You can serve guests chilled tap water and it will seem luxurious if you put it in lovely glass goblets. (SHNS photo courtesy Nell Hill's)
Contractor caulking around tub, sealing to prevent possible water leakage, protecting wood under tub
The 2013 Fiat 500 Abarth Cabrio is seen in an undated photo provided by Chrysler. (AP Photo/Chrysler)
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano speaks during a meeting with South Korean foreign Minister Yun Byung-se at Foreign Ministry in Seoul, South Korea, Friday, July 5, 2013. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)
Protesters march out of New York's Times Square on Saturday toward Union Square as they voice their opposition to the possibility of U.S. military intervention in Syria. AP photo
UCD offensive players — including Tom Hemmingsen (5), Jimmy Kunkel (79), Corey Galindo (82) and T.J. King (3) — tackle Nevada’s Markus Smith after he intercepted a pass late in the first half of the Wolf Pack’s 36-7 win over the Aggies. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Davis firefighters — from left, Blas Ayala, Luis Parrilla and Jamie Mills — unpack their gear upon their return last week from the front lines of the Rim Fire near Yosemite National Park. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
This June 2013 photo shows British physicist Peter Higgs speaking at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. AP Photo/Graham Clark, University of Edinburgh
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Esparto High grad Miles Taber relaxes in front of his Woodland barracks in 1944. A navigator-bombardier, Taber was killed in action in the Pacific. Yolo County Archives, Oakes Collection/Courtesy photo
Esparto High grad Miles Taber relaxes in front of his Woodland barracks in 1944. A navigator-bombardier, Taber was killed in action in the Pacific. Yolo County Archives, Oakes Collection/Courtesy photo
During the war, the people of Woodland and Yolo County bought enough war bonds to pay for a pair of B-17s, which carried the names of the sponsoring communities on their noses. Yolo County Archives, Urain Collection/Courtesy photo
During the war, the people of Woodland and Yolo County bought enough war bonds to pay for a pair of B-17s, which carried the names of the sponsoring communities on their noses. Yolo County Archives, Urain Collection/Courtesy photo
During the war, the people of Woodland and Yolo County bought enough war bonds to pay for a pair of B-17s, which carried the names of the sponsoring communities on their noses. Yolo County Archives, Urain Collection/Courtesy photo
Aerial view of Davis. Courtesy photo
Aerial view of Davis. Courtesy photo
Western Signal Service School cadets line up on the UC Davis quad.
Walter "Howdy" Howard, a lifelong Davis resident, and his wife Betty reminisce about World War II days as they thumb through a history book. At age 96, he may well be the last of the Davis-born World War II servicemen. He and Betty know of no others. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
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Amonjot Kaur immigrated to United States from India five years ago and ,after overcoming the language barrier, came to UC Davis to study agriculture. Here, she checks the progress of a tomato plant at the UCD Student Farm. Courtesy photo
Alison King, an animal science major, gets to know a resident of the UC Davis Horse Barn. King is a Central Valley Scholar and hopes to become a veterinarian. Courtesy photo
Maile Frelinger, a member of the UC Davis Central Valley Scholars Program, visits the UCD Student Farm. Courtesy photo
Maxwell Beal, a UC Davis animal science major from Bakersfield, wants to specialize in livestock and dairy. He is minoring in medical-veterinary entomology and has career goals to become a food animal veterinarian in the Central Valley. Courtesy photo
Animal science major Sydney Westbrook poses for a photo at the Dairy Barn on campus. She hopes to go to Veterinary School after graduation and become a large animal vet. Courtesy photo
Trombonist Jon Hatamiya has some fun with fellow Davis HIgh School Jazz Band alums Colin McDaniel, right, a drummer; and Erik Maroney, rear, a bassist. The trio will perform in concert Saturday evening at the Brunelle Performance Hall at DHS, 315 W. 14th St. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Janet Yellen, of California smiles on Nov. 14 as she is introduced as the first female to be nominated as Federal Reserve Board chair, prior to testifying on Capitol Hill in Washington. Yellen was approved by the Senate on Monday. AP file photo
The sun sets over Putah Creek in the UC Davis Arboretum. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Cole Stratton, David Owen, C-3PO and Janet Varney pose at a party at Adam Savage's studio after the performance of Night of the Shorts IV: Riffizens on Patro. Jakub Mosur/Courtesy photo