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This is a photo of a woman at the "Star on the Mountain" in El Paso Texas. The star is made up of large bright lights light the for the shape of a star that can be scene from far away. QEP Project History

Uploaded on 05.02.2017 by chanel_castle

Out of Area / Out of Area, (2010 - 2019), Meet El Pasoans

  • Art
  • franklin mountains
  • Star of the Montanan
  • lights
  • Woman

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