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Innocence
Jumping spider in a green tunnel.
Looking at the horizon in Matheson Hammock Park
We are literate
On the mushroom
Anti Trump Protester
Red Shoes
Autumn morning on the lake
The Red, White and Blue
Alaskan Brown Bear Cubs Play
The branches reaching the sky and the roots spreading into the earth
View of the Grand Canyon from the Nankoweap Granaries
On the mushroom
Gajan 2
European Stilt
Genuine Laughter
Mayan ruins in the middle of the jungle
Above it all
DESTINATION TEMPLE
Daughter in Arena at Nimes, France
woman's life
Village Life
Sunset in Weaver Park
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
View of the Grand Canyon from the Nankoweap Granaries

Believed to have been built between 1000-1150 AD by the Anasazi Indians, the Nankoweap Granaries are located 700 feet above the Colorado River at river mile 53 and offer one of the most iconic views of the Grand Canyon from their perch.

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Date Taken: 08.2016
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2016, 12:40 p.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Arizona, United States of America