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The 6th Street Methodist church in Gary, IN that has been abandoned for the past 36 years and nature is slowly eating it away.
This was taken near the antelope Valley Poppy Reserve in Palmdale, ca.
Early summer canopy of a Honey Locust tree.
Honey Locust bark in early summer evening.
Vintage Barn in Oregon
Kwanzan bark with spring blooms with an evergreen/sky backdrop.
Deep in the woods of Lake Metro Parks
At dusk of Lake Erie in the corner of Northeast Ohio.
Step vack in time to the 1860's, this is a wonderful photo of the covered bridge on the Grand River in Harperfield Ohio.
Moved to tears 43 years later
End Stone- Chinatown, San Francisco, CA
Spring is here!
Woodburn Tulip Fields in Oregon
Peeking through the garden gate...
Nicole
Measuring the Stilts at Cleawater Festival 2010
Consumed with what's to transpire - engagement of friends.
Hannah and Stephia with Billy the bullfrog
A wild rabbit
Looking through a pair of sunglasses at the annual Miami Kite Festival at Haulover park where thousands of kites went airborne- giant squids and flying pigs alike!
Two twin boys creating a world of their imaginations on a Bahamian beach, undertaking adventurous capers without a single care in the world- good ol' fashion entertainment forgotten by many.
Golden Eagle standing Proud!
I took this photo when we were celebrating Ramadan Feast. Those people were all dying just to get a suitable place to have a small picnic.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Spring is here!

Spring is here!

TAGS: Pennsylvania, United States

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Easton, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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© Katie Graziano.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: June 7, 2011, 4:22 p.m.
Camera Make: CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD.
Camera Model: EX-Z33
Focal Length: 6.3mm
Shutter Speed: 1/125
Aperture: f3.1
ISO: ISO100
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