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Chris Shatto
Mia

Mia guards the sweet corn

This is Mia, an Italian greyhound, guarding the sweet corn at the Historic West Main Street Farmer's Market this summer. She found a nice and cool place to rest on one of the hottest days of the summer.

Chris Shatto lives in Fort Wayne.

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