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Eagle Man
Tom At Sea
Fine Art display is a beautiful photograph
Bridge in Pennypack
A woman carries chickens on a bike
School of convict tang
Coal
A woman loads a silk weaving loom
Early morning mists cleared to catch fresh snow on Mt.Edith Cavell
Mehri and Jola, Bald Head Island
Sevengill shark in the kelp forest
Timeless Sunrise.
Spring Textures and Colors
Hanging Moon Light
Fire Dragon Celebrating Chinese New Year
Snowy Owl launches from a fence post
Marsh With Pelicans.
Multicolored Tulips
The Cat Whisperer
Morton Arboretum Illumination Breathing Trees
Sidewalks of New York
Philadelphia's Duck Bus!
An Invisible World to Adults
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Timeless Sunrise.

The Totem Pole is a landmark towering 450 feet over Monument Valley in the Navajo Nation. At one point in history, the entire Valley surface was at the Totem Pole's altitude. Most areas of the Valley have eroded away, leaving a few features to await their eventual fate.

TAGS: Arizona, Monument Valley, Sunrise

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Lawrence, Kansas, United States of America
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Date Taken: 10.2015
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PHOTO LOCATION Monument Valley, Arizona, United States of America