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Beautiful sight of the HEYRAN (Iran-Ardebill) pass Taken in a moving bus ...
Anhinga in Profile
Leaf covered steps on a trail along the Boardman River near Traverse City, Michigan
Footprints
Fields
Old looking railway station
American Wood Storks Roosting
The shining insects
Daisy
Tradition
An Andy Goldsworthy inspired heart made of leaves
The American Dream
Watching the sets
Peony
Walking through the country
Dalia
Fall in Tennessee
Jhumur is a folk dance form mainly popular amongst the tribal people of eastern India.
A walk along the Stones River
Posing for a picture by the lake.
The Guardian
My back yard in the Spring
The Kaufman House
12th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
The American Dream

Taken the day before my senior year, I was reminded of exploring this spot when I was very young and disappearing into cat tails. Despite veering off from a populated road, it feels uninhabited and secluded. I took it for my own sentimental value, but looking back, it served the purpose of reflecting my own evolution and change as well as that of my town. I imagine that it must have served a far higher purpose and am reminded of the simplicity of my town in its youth.

TAGS: History, Massachusetts, United States

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2014
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 1, 2014, 2:29 p.m.
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