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Zebras in conversation at Fossil Rim
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Nocturnal Panorama of Salzburg
A walk down the Grand Canyon
Ignis in Caelum
Dragons Breath
Chill of the Needle
Arlington Cemetery
Washington Monument
Mother monkey with her baby on Mountain Emei
Pigeon Point Light Station under a full moon
Snowman Selfie at Bryce Canyon
Path To Paradise
Chloe R. Against the Rising Sun
Sparks Lane in Smoky Mountains
The Artist's Palette through Death Valley
The vibrant shades of green and pop of purple while hiking in Chico, California
generations
racing thoughts
Lighthouse in Seattle with Olympic Mountain Ranges
shot calling
judgment
Sundown after pool
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Snowman Selfie at Bryce Canyon

Snowmen are universal and so are the people who visit our National Parks. We don't know who built the tiny snowman, but it could have been someone from China, France or Italy. No matter who built it, it probably made multiple people from many, many different countries smile that day.

TAGS: Hoodoos, Snow, United States, Utah

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Date Taken: 04.2016
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Date Uploaded: April 5, 2016, 11:08 p.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, United States of America