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Baltimore Sun  Light and [#nofilter] photos for all. This is the official Instagram account of The Baltimore Sun.

TFW you're so tired from #Preakness you fall asleep during dinner. Many of us at @baltimoresun are feeling like the 🐶 in this week's #SunShots competition, by reader Edith Dowing Donnelly. The category was "soft."

Cloud Computing pulled the upset over Always Dreaming and Classic Empire to win the 142nd Preakness Stakes. (Baltimore Sun 📷s by @ekpharris and @jphotoj )

Finally, the "Running of the Urinals" came back to Preakness. This year's version did not feature infield-goers pelting the runners with beer. (Baltimore Sun 📷 by @cmcampbell6 )

#Preakness scenes from around Pimlico by Sun photographers Jerry Jackson, Emma Patti Harris and Lloyd Fox.

And they're off... Look for our shots of the real races, too, in addition to the #Preakness party. (@lloyd1fox/Baltimore Sun)

What to wear today? In case you're looking for inspiration... View more #Preakness photos at (Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun)

Cars line both sides of Main Street in Ellicott City in June 1939. While the occupants may have changed, the buildings along the strip have stood the test of time. (Baltimore Sun 📷 by Kim Hairston)

A water main break and sink hole in Ellicott City on Frederick Road between Rogers Avenue and Klein Avenue. The car was parked overnight. (Jeff Bill/Baltimore Sun)

Kentucky Derby 2017 winner Always Dreaming, one of three Preakness Stake horses already at Pimlico Race Course, relaxes in his stall in the Preakness Barn. (Kenneth K. Lam/#BaltimoreSun)

Midshipmen from the Naval Academy Class of 2020 do leg lifts while laying on the shore of the Severn River during the annual Sea Trials, a punishing day of physical and mental challenges. See more photos from Sea Trials at (📷 by Joshua McKerrow)

Investigators examine the accident scene after a charter bus from Philadelphia overturned on southbound I-95 in Havre de Grace. There were 26 children on the bus, which was headed to D.C. for a field trip. An adult and one child were flown away from the scene in critical condition. (Baltimore Sun 📷by Amy Davis)

Days from now, wealth and energy will pour into this neighborhood for the Preakness, the state's largest sporting event.

Then, when the horse race is over, it will promptly leave.

In today's @baltimoresun, a look at the effort to save Park Heights -- and a horse race. (📷 by Lloyd Fox / Baltimore Sun)

Mary Campbell talks with Tony Bridges and Cheo Hurley of Park Heights Renaissance about the demolition of the houses in the 2600 block of Rosewood Ave.

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