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Old Nov 4, 2007, 5:06 AM   #1
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A couple of weeks ago, Bahadir insisted on a promise of some follow-up shots up in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas when the leaves really began to turn. Saturday, my wife and I finally had time to go up the same basic route and get off the main road a few times. The first shot is taken looking upstream on Bear Creek at the point it crosses Scenic Highway 7 about 30 miles north of Hot Springs



When you look downstream, where the creekbed is wider, you can see the effects of this summer's drought.



If I'm ever to win an award for photographic bravery or stupidity, these Bear Creek shots might be nominees. They were taken from the middle of this bridge with cars whizzing bhy while I held the camera with one hand and the bridge with the other.



Lake Nimrod is a man-made lake on the Fourche-Lafavre River. You can see the Ozarks in the deep background of this one.



The river



And the final shots were taken at a National Forest campground along the way





and, my wife, taking her own shots





BTW....for those not from the American South....pronounciation help may be required

Ouachita--WAHSH-ih-taw

Fourche-LaFavre-Foosh la-FAHV

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Old Nov 4, 2007, 5:22 AM   #2
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Some nice pics.

I particularly like the leaves on the water and the shot before it, very nice.
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