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Take at Suwon South Korea... Jangdae is a command post where a general commanded his soldiers. Seojangdae is on top of Mt. Paldalsan and is accessible from all directions. Every change can be observed
Tiger at the Pittsburgh Zoo
Daily essentials of life..!
Two people stare out at Brisbane from the upper levels of a building, with city skyline reflections in the lower window.
Dollar store in Yeosu, So Korea
California desert sunset
Negative sandwich of Prado building in Balboa Park, San Diego and bamboo trees
Climbing the Dunn's River Falls in Ocho Rios can be quite tricky. People are strongly encouraged to stay to the sides and hold hands throughout.
Caterpillar on wood
Mix Media Sculpture made up of five recycled wooden panels.
Onlookers watch as beasts are paraded through gates during a cattle auction in Boonah, Australia.
The view from Highway 299 heading west in California
Looking south across the Atlantic Ocean off of one of the Florida Keys
Abandoned Soda Shop in rural South Carolina
A rider gazes down at his map, negotiating the route forward through the Yukon.
Florida Keys sunset
Vintage Bicycle
Alligator friends
Young's Chapel in rural Georgia
Alligator skimming the surface of the water
My sister sitting in the back of my truck
Sculpture at Jack London Square, Oakland CA
Hillman Bridge over the Suwannee River (abandoned).
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The view from Highway 299 heading west in California

The view from Highway 299 heading west in California

TAGS: California, United States

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Fullerton, California, United States of America
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© Jenifer Ozanne.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2010
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 14, 2011, 5:02 p.m.
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