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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
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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Filed Under: Inclusion and diversity
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 7, 2016, 10:05 a.m.
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Focal Length: 4.5mm
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