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Model Train Village
Empty Skytrain
The use of Latino culture in the selling of El Barrio
birth of a tajinaste
Petals of Osteospermum barberiae (Hardy African Daisy)
Chess Anyone
If our children can't play on the street, we don't have a community
Winter Sunset at Navy Pier
The protective gaze
Dawn of Anaga
A leaf clings to the window in the middle of a rain storm
Scout building a Morse Code buzzer
Smoking in a tunnel
Doing Laundry
Barn with a View
Abandoned School in Ahvionsaari, Finland
The winners in gentrification
Great Salt Lake Rainstorm
La Victoria
Leaving Sydney
A walk at the conservation trust
American Freight
Desert Formations
13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Scout building a Morse Code buzzer

Our Amateur Radio club helped a local cub scout group get there electricity badge by building Morse code buzzers. Scouting has been a way of life for over 100 years in America. It helps to raise up the next generation of boys into being responsible and contributing men in society.

TAGS: Maryland, Scouts, United States

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Easton, Maryland, United States of America
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Date Taken: 03.2015
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