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Traveling through the swamps of America
One of the last soda pop joints
Soda Pop Junction
Hat on backwards
White Fan Dance
Long Live The American Flag
examining the tree
first kiss
Red-collared Lorikeet
Elijah in the leaves
Fort Delaware was a prison for Southern captives during the Civil War.
A Huntsman and his hounds
Fuschias
Boy and guitar
Details of a Stargazer Lily.
flowers
Ettamogah Pub Albury NSW Australia
Farmer, his ford tractor, feeding the horses
Street in Cordoba, Spain
The "glory days" of road racing.
frozen waterfall
Morning mist
6th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Fort Delaware was a prison for Southern captives during the Civil War.

Fort Delaware was a prison for Southern captives during the Civil War.

TAGS: Civil, Delaware, Fort, War

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New Castle, Delaware, United States of America
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Date Taken: 09.2006
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