Pure Country (barns mountains ). Photo by nanapoo
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Pure Country

Uploaded by: nanapoo

Monday November 5, 2012

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Caption: view across the top of the trees from the next hilltop

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2. nanapoo
12:57 AM GMT on November 07, 2012
Thanks so much :) I like unique images, so I am glad that you like it too :)
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1. SVLover
7:15 PM GMT on November 06, 2012
I love when you can see color on the hill where normally there is only green. We really get a sens of how many oak trees are really around during fall and spring when we see colors popping like this. Lovely.
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