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Old Apr 8, 2013, 12:46 PM   #1
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Default Lee Park on April 7

This was definitely the weekend for peak shooting of azaleas and dogwood around here. Supposed to have strong storms Tuesday night into Wednesday, which will probably tear up the white azaleas pretty good.













And just across the street from the park..

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Nice shots Greg. I don't think I would want to sit on that stone bench for too long.
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Yes, built by the WPA in rhe 1930's, which my grandfather always told me meant "We Piddle Around"
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Nice colors, you guys have some flowers now.

I like the cormorant waiting for a fish right on the border of the lake and the dogwoods.

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