Japanese Tea Gardens, San Anto

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Japanese Tea Gardens, San Anto: These beautiful gardens were a great place to visit, one late afternoon in March. The history of the gardens shows one of America's saddest and most shameful chapters: the internment of Japanese citizens in WWII. The gardener was arrested, stripped of his
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Japanese Tea Gardens, San Anto: These beautiful gardens were a great place to visit, one late afternoon in March. The history of the gardens shows one of America's saddest and most shameful chapters: the internment of Japanese citizens in WWII. The gardener was arrested, stripped of his
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Dimensions: 3264px * 2448px
Published: January - 09 - 2010
Camera: Canon
Date: 2009:03:30 04:54:48
Aperture:128/32
Exposure: 1/160
Focal length: 6000/1000
ISO: 80
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Japanese Tea Gardens, San Anto: These beautiful gardens were a great place to visit, one late afternoon in March. The history of the gardens shows one of America's saddest and most shameful chapters: the internment of Japanese citizens in WWII. The gardener was arrested, stripped of his Japanese Tea Gardens, San Anto: These beautiful gardens were a great place to visit, one late afternoon in March. The history of the gardens shows one of America's saddest and most shameful chapters: the internment of Japanese citizens in WWII. The gardener was arrested, stripped of his Japanese Tea Gardens, San Anto: These beautiful gardens were a great place to visit, one late afternoon in March. The history of the gardens shows one of America's saddest and most shameful chapters: the internment of Japanese citizens in WWII. The gardener was arrested, stripped of his Japanese Tea Gardens, San Anto: These beautiful gardens were a great place to visit, one late afternoon in March. The history of the gardens shows one of America's saddest and most shameful chapters: the internment of Japanese citizens in WWII. The gardener was arrested, stripped of his 300px //l.rgbimg.com/users/c/co/columbine/600/dMK1NE.jpg 600px //l.rgbimg.com/users/c/co/columbine/600/dMK1NE.jpg 100px