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                   Monday, August 23, 2010 - 9:08PM CDT

Moonrise over Market Street

By DAN ROBINSON
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The long ranges are as quiet for storms as they've been since early April. That means clear skies, and at least for the next few days, good views of the moonrise in the eastern sky. These were shot near the SLU campus on Market Street in downtown St. Louis (with the exception of the Old Courthouse shot and the last shot from Grand Boulevard).

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