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Look Into The Sun by mim304 Look Into The Sun by mim304
Partial Lyrics by Jethro Tull – Look Into the Sun
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“….I smiled and quickly turned away…
it’s not easy singing sad songs
But, still the easiest way I have to say
So, when you look into the sun
and see the things we haven’t done….

I had waited for time to change her
The only change that came was over me…
…Look Into The Sun…"

View is of the Catholic church in downtown Lawrenceburg, Indiana.


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celestialprincess101 Aug 8, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Pretty :)
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mim304 Aug 9, 2012   Photographer
Thanks! And, for the :+fav:, too! :hug:
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celestialprincess101 Aug 9, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
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Beautiful!! We are going to have to visit Indiana one of these days!!
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mim304 Jan 19, 2012   Photographer
Thank you! Indiana would become a much nicer place with the two of you in it! :nod: :iconcocoheartplz:
Thank you for all the :+fav:'s! :iconyeeplz:
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:iconpridescrossing:
:aww::hug:You are so welcome!!
I've been checking out places to
see covered bridges and it seems
Indiana has a whole lot of them,
so we might head over to your neck
of the woods one of these days!!
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mim304 Jan 19, 2012   Photographer
Yeah, and Illinois does too. In the Fall, both states have a covered bridge tour thing that's real popular, with all the fall foliage. I've never been on it, but, hear it's really nice.
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:nod:We only have 4 left in Missouri,there used
to be more but neglect and flooding has taken
it's toll.
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mim304 Jan 19, 2012   Photographer
I was talking with my mom about them today, and from what she knows, she thinks most of the ones in Indiana, now, are gone or almost gone from neglect, as you were saying the ones in Missouri are. What a shame. She says there are many more in Illinois than there are in Indiana, now. (:whisper: she could be wrong, though. :giggle: Your information may be more up to date than hers. ;-))
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Oh when I checked on line it showed quite a few in Indiana,
but then again I don't know how old that information is.I
will find out more about it!!Thanks for letting me know,
but I still would like to visit in Indiana!:)
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