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Brian D., right, smiles as he and James L., left, walk around with their cameras near the Jefferson Memorial as they and other autistic adults with Community Services for Autistic Adults and Children, based in Montgomery Village, Md., take photographs of the Cherry Blossoms along the Tidal Basin, Washington, D.C., Wednesday, March 21, 2012. The “InFocus Project†is a way for adults with autism to develop forms of self expression and social skills while producing work that has been featured in art shows, given to donors to C.S.A.A.C., and sold on an online store. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)
Photo by: ANDREW HARNIK
Brian D., right, smiles as he and James L., left, walk around with their cameras near the Jefferson Memorial as they and other autistic adults with Community Services for Autistic Adults and Children, based in Montgomery Village, Md., take photographs of the Cherry Blossoms along the Tidal Basin, Washington, D.C., Wednesday, March 21, 2012. The “InFocus Project†is a way for adults with autism to develop forms of self expression and social skills while producing work that has been featured in art shows, given to donors to C.S.A.A.C., and sold on an online store. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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