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Snow sunset (cold+snap sunrise+sunset winter ). Photo by bearsmom
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Snow sunset

Uploaded by: bearsmom

Monday January 20, 2014

Galloway, NJ (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: We have such glorious sunsets after the snowfalls.

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1. Kennebunker
1:59 AM GMT on January 27, 2014
Lovely - looks like a very special moment.
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bearsmom

My husband and I started the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in New Jersey over 30 years ago. Many of the photos here are animals we have cared for over the years. Along with our faithful staff and volunteers, we have responded to over 3,000 marine mammal and sea turtle strandings. The dogs and cats are our own pets.

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