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Streets Of Tucson Photograph - Streets Of Tucson 67 by Marlene Burns

Streets Of Tucson 67 is a photograph by Marlene Burns which was uploaded on January 27th, 2012.

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haha, ana....almost killed myself over this shot...right in the middle of a budsy street!

This is awesome ! Fantastic capture, Marlene ! It is a piece of art in itself. F,v. _______ Ana

thank you for the feature in olf masters, photography..you are fast, lenore...i just posted and joined!

Lois and Lenore thanks to you both for following!

Love it! And, as usual, you have me laughing.

one of those amazing instances where the artist shows us all that beauty ... truly ... is everywhere!!!!!!!!

I am beginning to think Tucson requires an art degree to work for the street department or is it you wondering around with your bucket of paint and a camera? ;-)

Marlene Burns replied:

ha! i must tell ya, these street workers are unsung heroes! funny thing is, i never change a thing from how it is randomly placed...it would be far easier to just configure things..ithe trick is finding them already in line!

Ok, that's it, Marlene. I have to take my camera out and see what's under my feet. These are fantastic views of things nobody would think to look at. Love it.

Marlene Burns replied:

thank you, mary...if i can inspire just ONE, then my work here is done! enjoy!

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