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Hiking the steep Fairy Falls trail along the Columbia River Gorge
Driving the back roads of Grand Tetons National Park, WY
Watching the elk rut from the back roads of Grand Tetons National Park, WY
The Rocket-Man.

Them is Too and Miriam, two vagabounds in the happy on self you!
Mr. Sandman.

Mr. Sandman is the fictic-personal, who with Magic-sand slipping to the poeple in the old world.
The UN Int the Guadalupe's Basilica.
My March in the streets goto the here. Its no is UN, This the Guadalupe's basicia looking from an other perspective.
A bug
The Broken Window
The Last Chance.
Hands, hands and more hands giving to air not it take in the reality.
Tea House by Moonlight
She Clown To God (The Sister of the "Brozo").

Who is she?, or, who is Brozo?

She is a atriz-street, shotting thanks to the God in the Heaven!

He, is a simple comico!
Footbridge to the Tea House
Abstract (Bunch of twisted electrical wires).
Fall Reflections
Snowy egret running on water
The Cool Blood of the Jocker.

The Jocker not is the real, he is the actor-street, meat you ice-screen on the Juarez Ave.
Mrs. Coolidge's Tea House
The red seat in Fenway Park, which marks the longest homerun ever hit there.
The Found Childrens (Rene Magrette In Memorial).

We not looking to them in the sky and not flying with self you.

In the sky without wings!
The yellow flowers.
Between the Chin mountain ranges of Myanmar.
Beginning the night of Yangon,Myanmar.
Express To Heaven or The She Old N2.

Never more to be one train flying goto in the sky, -not more in the dreams of the simple yeaman-.

R.I.P. to the dreams!
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Footbridge to the Tea House

Footbridge to the Tea House

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Massillon, Ohio, United States of America
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© Sandy Hannan.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2010
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: July 25, 2012, 11:51 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon PowerShot S2 IS
Focal Length: 6mm
Shutter Speed: 1/50
Aperture: f2.7
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