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Rhythm and Hues
African monarch butterflies
Morning sunrise on my way to work
Horseplay
Goat Lake in Glacier National Park
From Pachamama
Dancer in the Dark
 Amateur brass band.
Old engine
Due
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Onion snow.
Hiking in the Swiss Alps
Staring Deers in Serengeti
Lighted Feet
Pure Joy
Cadillac of the Seas
Mobile HDR Photo of the spiral elevator at Caesars Vegas
Five to Seven - Le cinq a sept
American Dream
Sunset across the field
The lady and the ornaments
Hughlett Point Trees
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Onion snow.

The last snow of the season, or onion snow , called this because it signals the time to plant onions. Always a happier time knowing that soon the earth will warm enough and the first flowers will be peeking through the ground. It may be a little snow or a lot, but it doesn't ever last long. It's a good time to shake off cabin fever and get outside.

TAGS: Pennsylvania, Snow

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Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Date Taken: 04.2016
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2016, 2:12 p.m.
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