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Hey Everyone! A friend told me about a fall photo contest sponsored by the Gazette newspapers, and I decided to enter :) There is a part of the contest called "Peoples Choice" that's determined by voters, rather than the judges. The theme is Faces of Fall, and I entered this face: If you have a m...
(emailed photo) You might try to pass her, but I sure wouldn't honk my horn....
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