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A squirrel and a bandurist
Gandhi's pride
Youthful Serenity
Watch your step
Cloud of Love
Breath of Life
Overlooking the Atlantic
Fenced-in Bison
Traditional tipi at FortWhyte Alive
Statue honouring immigrants at Halifax Harbour
a bird a oak hammock marsh
my husband and I holding our daughter emma
My daughter Hannah. At 20 weeks
Listening
Orange Shirt Day at Mitchell Middle School
Upside down cloud
Sunset Vistas
La Complainte de la Blanche Biche
Canada day: Celebration of freedom, culture and diversity
"CLOUD" by RC Brown and Wayne Garret (Calgary)
Looking up at the world with a different perspective
Forms of Electricity
Man vs. Mountain
Points of View – National Human Rights Photography Exhibition
my husband and I holding our daughter emma

I was low on progesterone and was given medication to help my baby live. So many times during my pregnancy I was told that my baby wasn't human. That she was just a clump of cells till she was born. I had lost 3 children because of low progesterone already and had buried them. I knew this also was a real, loved, human being. Not a choice. A human with right to life under the UN rights of a preborn child. Why do we keep getting told our babies aren't fully human before they are born?

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Stephenfield, Canada
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Image Source: Digital Camera (High Resolution Image)
Date Taken: 10.2016
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 7, 2016, 10:05 a.m.
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