What once was a home

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UploadedJanuary 3, 2008
TakenJanuary 30, 2008
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D40X
Exposure1/250 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length22 mm
ISO100
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I looked at my friends and loved ones over what is left of the walls of a home.

What will be left of our homes in hundreds of years. What are we leaving for people to look back upon?

The Casa Grande Ruins are a national monument which speaks to the history of Arizona, and of our country. Dating from the late Hohokam period, probably 14th century, it calls to mind the people who have gone before us. We honor those who have gone before on the first day of 2008, a calendar the people of this home would not have recognized. There's something odd about that.

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