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Echo Trail

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I was fortunate enough to be up on the Echo Trail again and I just wanted to share some of the beauty. These were all taken with a pocket camera--(Canon PowerShot).

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This is a thunderstorm that I had to wait out before I could fish on Pauline Lake. I'm not sure if the white coming down is hail or if it's just the way the light is coming off of the rain drops.

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Here are two moose that were going absolutely crazy from the horseflies in a bay on Lake Jeanette.

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A loon on Lake Jeanette.

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Lake Jeanette sunset from the campground.

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Very nice work 89bronco! That first shot is indeed rain. The last sunset shot with the canoe is a real beauty! Thanks for sharing your work with us.

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I also Love the last pic. It is SWEET!

thanks again for sharing.

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Very nice. I'm with the rest, that last shot is a wallhanger.

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Hey, some good pix! Haven't seen a moose all summer - lucky to get that shot. Last one is very well done!

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I forgot about this one. He looks like he's overlooking his domain. This was on the Hunting Shack River.

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Great shots all, bronco. Especially love those moose! Thanks for sharing them with us.

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