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    Early November

    The desaturation of the north path entrance continues

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    Early November

    I seem to have an obsession with fallen trees lately. It's kind of weird that I actually know these trees next to the path as individuals.

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    Half way up the north path where it switches back, there's this exposed rock face, often dripping with groundwater and covered with moss and ferns. It's been the subject of lots of closer and low-viewpoint-looking-into-the-canopy shots, but here is a bit more documentary view.

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    The cliff where the path wraps around to the south side, re-exposed after losing it's summer finery.

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    Early November

    A rather bleak view of the hilltop meadow looking back toward New London.

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    Early November

    And the forest on top the hill with it's yellow floor.

    As you might have guessed from this series, we had made a rather optimistic assessment of the progress of some weather systems and at this point it began to rain rather hard. We had to scurry down the steep south path as fast as my wonky knees could handle and got completely soaked. We actually had two umbrellas in the car, but I'm not sure how much drier they would have kept us.

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    I really like the last two shots Nick. It's great to see pictures that are not just documentary but artistic too.
    These would look fantastic on any wall.

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    The hilltop image is beautiful. They all are, really.

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    These are all such strong compositions and really pleasing images to look at.

    Yes, they would grace any wall.

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    Maybe it's nostalgia, memories from growing up, but I love limestone out croppings. Escpecially the small, intimate ones. It always seems as though there are secrets there just waiting to be discovered. Most of the time just a wild flower or chipmunk but still it is discovery.

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