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Uploaded by: teach50

Sunday July 3, 2011

Valley Stream

Caption: My husband and I were visiting my parents in Birmingham, Alabama. We decided to take a day trip to Tuscaloosa to see the damage from the April 27 tornado. It was a sight that I will never forget. Blocks and blocks of flattened houses and stores. This area has not been touched in 2 months. It was so moving that I started to cry thinking of all these poor people.

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About teach50

teach50

Hi from Long Island. My husband and I are a great team. He scouts out the area and I take the photos. As a teacher, I love to learn. Digital photography has opened up a whole new world. Thank you all for your help and suggestions. It will definitely help me on my wonderful journey. Plan your tripLocal RadarDetailed Forecast help me on my wonderful journey. Create your own visitor map!

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