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    Fall's Final Flourish

    The oaks are the last to turn
    after the maples have finished.



















    They are the best for macros too.





















    Keep your lens clean and your mind open.

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    Great shots as always. Fall is just getting going here.

    "Sometimes I do get to places just when God's ready to have somebody click the shutter..."
    Ansel Adams


    "... So don't choke and screw it up!" Me

    Mike Collins



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    Those macro shots are pretty cool. Amazing detail!
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    cool shots!

    love the macros.
    -Jay

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