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San Diego mountains, burned during the Cedar Fire of 2003, southwest of Julian, California Add To Light Table San Diego east county mountains south of Julian Add To Light Table San Diego mountains, burned during the Cedar Fire of 2003, southwest of Julian, California Add To Light Table
San Diego mountains, burned during the Cedar Fire of 2003, southwest of Julian, California.
Image ID: 27920  
Location: San Diego, California, USA
 
San Diego east county mountains south of Julian.
Image ID: 27943  
Location: San Diego, California, USA
 
San Diego mountains, burned during the Cedar Fire of 2003, southwest of Julian, California.
Image ID: 27918  
Location: San Diego, California, USA
 
San Diego mountains, burned during the Cedar Fire of 2003, southwest of Julian, California Add To Light Table Unidentified, Julian, California Add To Light Table Roman emperor Julian II (355-363 A.D.), depicted on ancient Roman coin (bronze, denom/type: AE4) (Reverse: SPES REPVBLICE VM49; VB2.) Add To Light Table
San Diego mountains, burned during the Cedar Fire of 2003, southwest of Julian, California.
Image ID: 27919  
Location: San Diego, California, USA
 
Unidentified.
Image ID: 12013  
Location: Julian, California, USA
 
Roman emperor Julian II (355-363 A.D.), depicted on ancient Roman coin (bronze, denom/type: AE4) (Reverse: SPES REPVBLICE VM49; VB2.).
Image ID: 06714  
 
Roman emperor Julian II (355-363 A.D.), depicted on ancient Roman coin (bronze, denom/type: AE4) (Reverse: SPES REPVBLICE VM49; VB2.) Add To Light Table Roman emperor Julian II (355-363 A.D.), depicted on ancient Roman coin (bronze, denom/type: AE4) (Reverse: SPES REPVBLICE VM49; VB2.) Add To Light Table Roman emperor Julian II (355-363 A.D.), depicted on ancient Roman coin (bronze, denom/type: AE4) (Reverse: SPES REPVBLICE VM49; VB2.) Add To Light Table
Roman emperor Julian II (355-363 A.D.), depicted on ancient Roman coin (bronze, denom/type: AE4) (Reverse: SPES REPVBLICE VM49; VB2.).
Image ID: 06715  
 
Roman emperor Julian II (355-363 A.D.), depicted on ancient Roman coin (bronze, denom/type: AE4) (Reverse: SPES REPVBLICE VM49; VB2.).
Image ID: 06716  
 
Roman emperor Julian II (355-363 A.D.), depicted on ancient Roman coin (bronze, denom/type: AE4) (Reverse: SPES REPVBLICE VM49; VB2.).
Image ID: 06717  
 
Fire damage on Stonewall Peak.  After the historic Cedar fire of 2003, much of the hills around Julian California were burnt.  One year later, new growth is seen amid the burnt oak trees and chaparral Add To Light Table Fire damage on Stonewall Peak.  After the historic Cedar fire of 2003, much of the hills around Julian California were burnt.  One year later, new growth is seen amid the burnt oak trees and chaparral Add To Light Table Fire damage on Stonewall Peak.  After the historic Cedar fire of 2003, much of the hills around Julian California were burnt.  One year later, new growth is seen amid the burnt oak trees and chaparral Add To Light Table
Fire damage on Stonewall Peak. After the historic Cedar fire of 2003, much of the hills around Julian California were burnt. One year later, new growth is seen amid the burnt oak trees and chaparral.
Image ID: 12704  
Location: Stonewall Peak, Julian, California, USA
 
Fire damage on Stonewall Peak. After the historic Cedar fire of 2003, much of the hills around Julian California were burnt. One year later, new growth is seen amid the burnt oak trees and chaparral.
Image ID: 12705  
Location: Stonewall Peak, Julian, California, USA
 
Fire damage on Stonewall Peak. After the historic Cedar fire of 2003, much of the hills around Julian California were burnt. One year later, new growth is seen amid the burnt oak trees and chaparral.
Image ID: 12706  
Location: Stonewall Peak, Julian, California, USA
 
Fire damage on Stonewall Peak.  After the historic Cedar fire of 2003, much of the hills around Julian California were burnt.  One year later, new growth is seen amid the burnt oak trees and chaparral Add To Light Table
Fire damage on Stonewall Peak. After the historic Cedar fire of 2003, much of the hills around Julian California were burnt. One year later, new growth is seen amid the burnt oak trees and chaparral.
Image ID: 12707  
Location: Stonewall Peak, Julian, California, USA
 


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