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Dawn Fire (clouds sunrise+sunset sky trees ). Photo by CountryDreaming

Dawn Fire

Uploaded by: CountryDreaming

Wednesday November 6, 2013

Parma Heights, OH (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: A brilliant start to the day.

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November 6, 2013 Photo Series

About CountryDreaming

CountryDreaming

Having had my photos exhibited in five art galleries and two museums in the states of Ohio, New York, and Kentucky, I got my start as an artist and outdoor photographer right here at wunderground.com! Many people here have been so friendly and generous with their helpful comments, suggestions, and advice. Plus, the awesome photos from around the USA that I kept seeing the other talented photographers post inspired me to travel to some of these scenic areas myself. But please note that when I say talented, I definitely include those of us who photograph everyday neighborhoods and backyards ... the real places where people live, the real places we love.

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