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View from mountain in Bluemont
View from mountain in Bluemont View from a mountain in Bluemont, Virginia, facing approximately east. The high-rise office buildings of Reston are visible in the distance.
View from mountain in Bluemont
View from mountain in Bluemont View from a mountain in Bluemont, Virginia, facing approximately east.
Painted branches growing leaves
Painted branches growing leaves Previously painted branches on a tree along the Graffiti Highway growing new leaves.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Graffiti-covered tree
Graffiti-covered tree Detail of a graffiti-covered tree by the entrance to St. Ignatius Cemetery, near the north end of the Graffiti Highway.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Partially cut tree limb
Partially cut tree limb A partially cut limb of a graffiti-covered tree near the entrance to St. Ignatius Cemetery and the north end of the Graffiti Highway in Centralia, Pennsylvania.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Graffiti-covered tree
Graffiti-covered tree Detail of a graffiti-covered tree by the entrance to St. Ignatius Cemetery, near the north end of the Graffiti Highway.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Graffiti-covered trees
Graffiti-covered trees Graffiti-covered trees by the entrance to St. Ignatius Cemetery, near the north end of the Graffiti Highway.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
7th Street and Independence Avenue SW
7th Street and Independence Avenue SW Traffic signals and street signs at the intersection of 7th Street and Independence Avenue SW in Washington DC. The DC flag is on the 7th Street sign because that street is designated as an evacuation route for the city.
Parking citation
Parking citation Citations on a car parked illegally on 7th Street SW, along the National Mall in Washington DC.
Traffic signal
Traffic signal Traffic signal on 7th Street SW in Washington DC, at the intersection with a large pedestrian path on the National Mall.