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Photo Of The Day By Christopher Baker
Photo By Christopher Baker
Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Spring Awakening” by Christopher Baker. Location: Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washington.
“An Olympic marmot on a spring outing at Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park,” describes Baker.
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