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  • Kachina Dabney

    Bridge on Fire - Sibley, Trenton, Michigan ~ Photo by Jamie Mink. Wearing that cute beach dress, on the bridge looking hot! :)

  • Susan Varney Sandler

    Bridge on Fire ~ Elizabeth Park, Trenton, Michigan ~ Photo by Jamie Mink at Sunset

  • Kitt Meow

    Michigan >> The only state in the continental US I have yet to visit! I smell a road trip coming on... :) - what a beautiful bridge / walkway

  • Martha DeChant

    Cool old bridge at Elizabeth Park in Trenton

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