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Old Jun 30, 2009, 9:35 PM   #11
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You sure are comfortable with that camera, I really love the first and last sets.
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Old Jul 1, 2009, 7:04 AM   #12
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Beautiful.

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Old Jul 1, 2009, 3:46 PM   #13
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Great shots , somehow that green telephone cord draws my attention the most.

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Old Jul 1, 2009, 9:25 PM   #14
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Ronny, Patty, Harriet, Marc & Tbanting - thanks for the kind comments. Glad you liked them! Once this crazy week of enormous #'s of park visitors is over, I hope to have time to hit a few more local mts and share some more scenery...
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So, watching the sun rise from the fire tower... Can't think of a better way to start a day...dedicated to phototography the inspiring examples of which I see above. Very nice sequence in the first series, as if hinting the breaking of some merry news. I also quite liked the composition of last image in your second series. Ah, the flower with dark backdrop and cute butterfly don't go unnoticed, btw.
Well, apart from these and a joyful hike guaranteed, it would probably be the only place I'd read Being and Nothingness by Sartre once again : )
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that burr cucumber photo is fantastic! what exactly is a burr cucumber? i mean, what does its fruit look like? and the leaves?
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Hey vole - nice to hear from you again! Bur cucumber is a fairly common viney plant in low moist old field habitats. It has green flowers, and small prickly seed pods. I will get some photos of the flower and fruit later in the season to show you. For now, here is a photo showing a bit of the leaves.
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Bahadir - Thanks for the complimentary & poetic comments. You'll have to come to East Tennessee and climb some of our mountains one of these days...
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