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Fotografia panorâmica por Randy Myers EXPERT Criado em 03:00, 05/07/2008 - Views loading...

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Fairfield Fireworks

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Fairfield, Iowa - Celebrating Independence Day with the traditional fireworks display at the fairgounds.  The weather was perfect for this 2008 holiday celebration.

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