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Waiting for the Elevator, Minneapolis
Mokoros
Battered Windsock on Lake Tarpon
Smile!
goalkeeper, Quito Ecuador
Light at the end of the tunnel
Young bull elk along the trail.
A silhouette from the shadows
Wires
Flooded Home
Good question
Into the light
Bahia Majagual at Sunset
Why They Call It Big Sky Country
Hissing Cheetah
mushrooms in the rainforest in Peru
Docent's Hand
A tree full of birds at Bosque del Apache afternoon
Lavander mist
Low tide on Gili Air Island.
The Moon
Working at the Salineras salt pans in Peru
Daybreak at Nubble Light
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Into the light

Driving to Whittier, Alaska requires going through a 2.5 mile tunnel in the heart of a mountain. The Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel is the longest tunnel in North America. Its such a surreal moment when you reach the end and see the light of day once again.

TAGS: Alaska, Dark, Light

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Lawrenceville, Illinois, United States of America
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Date Taken: 11.2015
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PHOTO LOCATION Whittier, Alaska, United States of America