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"Red Man"
The Palisades on the Hudson River show off their fall color.
"The Sultan"
Building 44 & 45 at Fort Slocum which was a military installation from 1862 to 1965.
They were razed in 2008
"The Sheppard"
The American Merchant Mariner's Memorial and the Statue of Liberty line up together in Battery Park at dusk.
The sun shining through
Irish dance hard shoes
The sun seeks the heart of blue flowers.
I am a beauty
light, gentle flower reflects the essence of Hawaii.
Commanding Officer's Quarters at Fort Slocum which was active from 1862 to 1965.  Structures were razed in 2008.
Waimea Canyon from the air - waterfalls, red soil, and vivid green.
The Beauty of Fall
colorful fishing boats and reflections - Crete, Greece!
The last leaves of autumn clinging on before the cold swept them away.
Scottish heavy games in Utah
The Balcony House of the Native Americans at Mesa Verde - incredible construction from years ago.
The Grand Canyon catches the summer's setting sun.
Kristyne
Boy chasing Blue Heron on the beach
Boy chasing a Blue Heron on the beach
Execution Rocks Lighthouse in Long Island Sound has functioned since 1850. The keeper's quarters was built in 1868.
7th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Commanding Officer's Quarters at Fort Slocum which was active from 1862 to 1965. Structures were razed in 2008.

Commanding Officer's Quarters at Fort Slocum which was active from 1862 to 1965. Structures were razed in 2008.

TAGS: Abandoned, Army, Base, Military

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Date Taken: 06.2008
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