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UNM's Kiva and Masley Halls
New Mexico

Taken under a trellis near UNM's Kiva and Masley Halls. This new picture was taken on a cool day in May, 2009. The growth during the spring has made the view from here more enclosed, but all the green is definitely more pleasing.

Copyright: Ryan helinski
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Uploaded: 16/02/2009
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