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Grace WelshNorth Allegheny Intermediate High SchoolNationality: United StatesThis photo was taken in Pittsburgh PA in mid December. As winter approaches, the snow and cold hit hard. Characteristic to the Pittsburgh area, snow comes as regularly as…
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20171214_144837

Grace WelshNorth Allegheny Intermediate High SchoolNationality: United StatesThis photo was taken in Pittsburgh PA in mid December. As winter approaches, the snow and cold hit hard. Characteristic to the Pittsburgh area, snow comes as regularly as…
Dec 31
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I am a high school student at North Allegheny taking advanced social studies courses. I am interested in world politics and photography.

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