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    • Cristina of TC

      Into the Mystic, Shenandoah Valley, Virginia photo via deborah - photography leading lines

    • LL

      foggy day, leafless trees, steep road with a stone wall

    • Elyane Liddell

      stone wall (or road) in the mist

    • Cassia Hendrickson

      On the Edge of Acceptance. What would it be like for you to live life on purpose and the purpose was not to run away or be rescued? Life might hurt, but no one or nothing should make us turn away from our own experience.

    • Debe Busch

      into the woods

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