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Old Oct 17, 2011, 8:02 AM   #11
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Very nice Mole, the ground fog shots are my favorite.


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Old Oct 18, 2011, 7:14 PM   #13
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Jim - So glad you enjoyed these - fog sure does bring some "magic" to the landscape! Sure do hope you do get to visit East Tennessee someday - be sure to let me know... Our autumn foliage varies so much by elevation (nearby elevations range from less than 1000 feet to nearly 6000 feet!), and also varies by tree species. But usual peak is 2nd to 3rd week of October. This year is not quite so bright as last year, due to a prolonged dry spell in September. But still lovely & varied.

Tony - Thanks so much!

ArmadilloShield - Indeed a lovely & peaceful spot, and just a short hike up the mountain to the tower.

Hans - Glad you liked the foggy views - and I almost missed noticing these views - watching the sky & horizon, and forgetting to look down the valley...

Ronny - Glad you enjoyed these!
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