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Photoset from Saguaro National Park

By Ashley McQueen

I recently had taken these photographs at Saguaro National Park West to capture the beauty of the cacti and plants during one of Tucson’s famous sunsets. Saguaro National Park is such a classic spot for Tucson natives and out of town visitors to experience. I wanted to capture its beauty to share with the rest of Tucson who have not been able to experience it yet. Creating and photographing images of my hometown means so much to me because it is the one place I have known forever and what it has to offer is so special and important.

euphoric

By Lily Morales

No Justice No Peace

By Lily Morales

from the blm rally at the u of a campus

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By Connor O’Brian

I’ve always had a passion for photography, especially landscapes and of scenes from hometown.

Bowl

By Tate Harper

I took this photo in a state of awe because I had never seen this particular sign illuminated before. It was an oddly spectacular moment that I was able to capture through the beauty of photography.

In Memory of the Old Chicago Store

By Yaydelinne Leal

you’re my sunflower

By Lily Morales

Summer’s Challenges

By Maggie Kropog

I knew before leaving Florida this summer that i needed to get a picture of the sunset, these are only a few of the many 5 am sunsets on the Gulf of Mexico.

reflection

By Casirina Ochoa-Lawrence

capturing the little beauties of life is what keeps me grounded. this is just one reminder that the world and life aren’t always so dark.

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By Holland Sterling

I used to not believe in the desert’s beauty. That’s kind of crazy for me to think now because I look at it and I think, “wow, I get to live here. How lucky am I.” It’s amazing what the world gives us and I just wish more people would choose to give back to it. 

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