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Meadow contrasts

Uploaded by: boydski

Sunday August 19, 2012

Ellis, ID (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Near Challis Hot Springs Idaho. Smoked filled sky from Stanley Idaho forest fires

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1. mofarmer
11:09 AM GMT on August 20, 2012
Great photo and a beautiful area.
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About boydski

Hi!Winter months are in the Anzo Borrego desert where golf and hiking are priorities. When the temp gets above the 105 mark I start to move north in my RV to camp and hike the Oregon Coast and points North. I've always loved weather and photography so I'm excited to share my photo adventures. I'll look forward to posting some special pictures.Boydski

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