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My Lucky Black Cat
Judith Thurman / Biography, Non-Fiction, Essays
Man on pole-China wall
Walking though the siq to Petra
Imperial outpost impresses.
Christmas Owl
A blooming azalea while strolling in my yard in early spring.
A boardwalk in Fernandina Beach
A Classic Wedding
Ulysses S. Grant Memorial
Two Penguins Hanging On
Milkweed Pods
Fun House
Colorful Montreal
The National Anthem at the Twin Falls Rodeo
The Prodigious Wave
Dancing underwater
A Transparent Moment
Boy in sailboat
Friday, The Thirteenth
Stone Street in the Snow
12th Annual Photo Contest
Ulysses S. Grant Memorial

My first time in Washington D.C. was right before I left to go on an exchange to Germany. We only had a day to walk around and explore the sights, and I saw this great opportunity for a photo of one of the lesser-photographed monuments, and I believe it really shows some of the struggles in American history.

TAGS: District Of Columbia, History, Memorial, President, Statue, United States, Washington Dc

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Granite Canyon, Wyoming, United States of America
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© Emily Wood.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2014
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2014, 1:45 p.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States of America