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travel bridge
After the storm, Xabia, Spain
Inside a Redwood Tree
View from Fitu on Picos de Europa, Asturia
Ria de Villaviciosa, Asturia
Hallerbos covered with Bluebells
Hallerbos covered with wild Bluebells
Beauty Of Mustered Flower
View of Nature from the City
Mountain Sunset
Glacial rivers from above
Superfund cleanup site
Growing solo
Magpie-Jay
Lunch With A Dear Friend
Budding flowers
Black Vultures
A door downtown
White Throated Capuchin monkey
Howler Monkey
A caiman
A  marigold on a sunny day
On My Knees
15th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Superfund cleanup site

Concord Naval Weapons Station was a military base established in 1942 - it functioned as a World War II armament storage depot and continued to support war efforts during the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the Gulf War, processing and shipping thousands of tons of material out across the Pacific Ocean. In 1994, it was listed as Superfund cleanup site-32 areas of the facility were identified as having been contaminated with heavy metals. In 2014, the site was approved for self-driving test cars.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2017
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Date Uploaded: April 23, 2017, 2:19 a.m.
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