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Peruvian Women with Yarn
A natural wall in the Atacama
Tea whispers
Mating Adonis Blue Butterflies
A small green Amazonian tree frog
Hello!
Somewhere in Moab
Deep Down
Dressed To Thrill
Dog Frolicking Through a Field
Old canyon and Roque Bentayga
The last-surviving Johny Appleseed's apple tree
Colored look
Light experiments
Eyes in the Sky
Heart-shaped rock on the island of Delos.
nuns on the beach #02
Migration
Ancestors
The unhappy ringbearer
Abandonment
Delicate Arch and Friends under the Moon and Milky Way
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The last-surviving Johny Appleseed's apple tree

"Johnny Appleseed" (real name John Chapman) is well known in America as "Johnny Appleseed" who traversed the forests and prairies of Midwest, strategically planting apple nurseries for up-coming settlers from the East. His last-surviving tree outside of Savannah in Ashland Co., OH, which was planted in 1837, still bears fruits for Barbara Morgan and her family.

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PHOTO LOCATION Savannah, Ashland Co., Ohio, United States of America