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Wordless Wednesday: Nightfall in the Arizona-Sonoran Desert

Sonoran Desert Sunset: Kinney Road, Tucson Estates 2

~ Nightfall in the Arizona-Sonoran Desert ~

Kinney Road,
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Comment balloon 27 commentsMike Jones • August 18 2010 10:09AM
Wordless Wednesday: Nightfall in the Arizona-Sonoran Desert
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~ Nightfall in the Arizona-Sonoran Desert ~ Kinney Road, Tucson Estates II ___________________ (I don't copyright my photos anymore. I use them mostly for blogging and creating greeting cards for friends. ) Right click… more
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