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Shadows in the Blue Badlands
Bald Eagle on a cool foggy morning.
My world
Rocks on Rocks in Sausalito, California
Lincoln's Law
Hummer had at work
International signalling 1
Meeting point
A Fine Fall Day at Allaire
A simple reflection
Ketchikan on Creek Street
Pounding liveliness
Mother Nature's magnification
Stormy Skies over Red Barn
An Alpaca of Machu Pichu
Home
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A Japanese woman carring a small child
The Durham Bull
Elephant Calf at Toledo Zoo
Vision trouble and stone heart
Breeze
Man for fishing
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Pounding liveliness

Easily, New Orleans is one of the most "foreign" cities in the entire United States, which is paradoxically something that makes it inherently American. During these uncertain times, I hope that we continue to appreciate the significance and beauty that diversity contributes to our society. Be it ethnic, religious, linguistic, racial, or any other parameter, these differences are important--actually crucial--to the fabric of American success.

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Date Taken: 08.2014
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