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Muscatatuck Marsh

Uploaded by: JenDen

Thursday September 13, 2012

Seymour, IN (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Looking north across one of the marshy areas at Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge.

Image Description:

Manufacturer: NIKON

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About JenDen

JenDen

I have loved nature and weather events for as long as I can remember. I got my first SLR in high school and focused my macro lens on flowers and my wide angle on landscapes and clouds. Discovering the speed and freedom of digital has been fantastic - no more waiting on film processing! I love to focus on the small things that many people overlook. And yes, I do love a good thunderstorm!

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