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Photo Album: A Year of Travels From Key West To San Jose

From Key West to San Jose and everything in between.

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Photo Album: A Year of Travels From Key West To San Jose
Alina Baiju

These pictures were all taken with an iPhone 7+ at various locations around the country, primarily in the southeastern states. Images are organized according to season and location.

Fall: Pigeon Forge #1

Taken from the balcony of a log cabin in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Fall: Pigeon Forge #2

Taken from the front seat of a car while driving through a Scenic Bypass in Tennessee.

Fall: Pigeon Forge #3

Taken at a Rest Area near the Scenic Bypass Route in Tennessee.

Winter: Key West #1

Taken from the docks at Key West, Florida.

Winter: Key West #2

Taken from the docks at Key West, Florida.

Winter: Key West #3

Taken from the town center at Key West, Florida.

Spring: Miami #1

Taken at the intersection of Ocean Drive and 13th Street in Downtown Miami, in Florida.

Spring: Miami #2

Taken at a beach in Boca Raton, Florida.

Spring: Miami #3

Taken at a beach in Boca Raton, Florida.

Summer: Daytona Beach #1

Taken at Daytona Beach in Florida.

Summer: Daytona Beach #2

Taken at Daytona Beach in Florida.

Summer: San Jose #1

Taken at a scenic viewpoint in San Jose, California.

Summer: San Jose #2

Taken at a scenic viewpoint in San Jose, California.

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