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Kayakers take to water in moonlight

Marybeth LeMaire makes her way underneath the KIA/MIA/POQ bridge while leading a tour up the New River during a moonlight kayaking event in Jacksonville, N.C., June 3. The moonlight kayaking trip began and ended at Camp Johnson and gave experienced and novice kayakers the opportunity to enjoy the sunset and guided touras they glided through the Crystal Coast waterway.



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This work, Kayakers take to water in moonlight [Image 3 of 3], by Cpl Damany Coleman, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.03.2012

Date Posted:06.08.2012 08:33

Photo ID:597334

VIRIN:120603-M-AU542-050

Resolution:5616x3744

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Location:US

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