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Virgil
Yucca plants grow in white sands
Sunset at Little Sister Bay
Mountain Shower
Barosaurus, Natural History Museum, NYC
Who's watching who
Morning worship
Raining Day
Where is the moon?
Kitten patting his Mom
After rain
Casa Grande Domes
Frosted window ornament
Picnic ground at High Point State Park
Overlooking her domain
Mother Nature always wins
Fiori Di Como
Worst Uber Ever
A young student sits pensively in a classroom window.
The warrior
Cannon Balls in San Juan
Nature's Frame
Farm cat with a little wild
15th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Casa Grande Domes

These Domes were built in the early 1900s and were intended to be used for a computer building. The domes were never used and the company never opened. These domes are now dangerous and falling apart. Many have created art on them, graffiti and more. The county wants them to be knocked down.

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Mesa, Arizona, United States of America
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Date Taken: 11.2017
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