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Coronado State Monument, New Mexico. The original peoples, the Kuaua, meaning "evergreen", were overtaken by Francisco Vsquez de Coronado in his search for the fabled cities of gold.
Fans watching Giants playoff game
Coronado State Monument, outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The actual name is Kuaua, a Tiwa word for "evergreen". The original peoples of this settlement were overtaken by Francisco Vsquez de Corona
Woman sitting against wall at Park Guell
Cow Skulls
Peaceful Provision - a baby being fed by her mother
A Father's Hand of Protection
Grass Anole Lizard in St. Johns, U.S. Virgin Islands
Outside Albuquerque, New Mexico
Snowy egret - Lunch Time at the Tide Pools.
Springtime outside Jackson, WY
Grazing with a view
The great American pastime, shopping & food
Church in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Snapped while on a drive around Huntington Lake, California, in the high Sierras.
Stunned bird...
America's Crops...Almonds & Cherries
Wildflowers at Wind Wolves Preserve, Kern County California
Crisp Autumn day in Virginia
Clothes line outside one of the dorms at the Weedpatch Labor Camp featured in The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. Kern County, California
Another abandoned barn
Above the Hudson River in Ft. Tryon Park.
Those were the days
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Grazing with a view

Grazing with a view

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Date Taken: 05.2009
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