J. Stephen Conn
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I am a semi-retired clergyman with a passion for travel, history, and the great outdoors. You will see these interests reflected in my images, which are taken primarily to document my travels. My goal on Panoramio is to post one photo from each of the 3,142 counties or county equivilents in the the United States. I completed my goal of visiting each of them in Carson City, Nevada on September 1, 2012. In many of the places I have visited I did not take any pictures so that gives me reason to go back again. As time pemits I also hope to post a few images from the 57 countries of the world that I have been privileged to visit so far. May God grant me a long life so I can finish more of my "To Do Before I Die" list.
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Coy, Thanks for the correction and info. I found the place and the names very interesting.

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Beautiful sunset photo, congratulations

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Best wishes • Dezső • All photo on one page ©

Beautiful architectures and nice shot!

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Magnificent..

Thanks for the info - useful

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Regards • Dezső - PECS / HUNGARY

Fantastic foto. Nice colors and reflection. I like it very much. Like 2. Greetings, Wilhelm

Impressive mountain view. Like 2. Greetings, Wilhelm

Fantastic sulpture. Light, colors and viewpoint are excellent. Thanks for the information. Like 1. Best greetings, Wilhelm

Very beautiful combination of fantastic landscape and cute animals. Like 2. Greetings from Switzerland, Wilhelm

Thanks Rebel, I completed my county quest on September 1, 2012. Carson City, Nevada, was my 3,142nd county (or county equivilent). I still have lots of photos to put up. Texas has by far the most counties at 254, so I spent a lot of time there. Being from Tennessee, I'm always proud to tell Texans that they owe a lot to good Tennessee men like Davy Crockett, Sam Houston, and many others who helped create the Lone Star State.

Nice shot! Public battle flags are misled into history.

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