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mmeyer

Things you can see on the Mississippi River

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I headed down to BlackDog Rd today to try and find some eagles. I did find some but nothing I was able to get good images of. It was a beautiful day, though and I did find some things to photograph. Enjoy

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That river could use some colder weather. Interesting variety.

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Yep I agree X, need some colder temps for things to take off down there.

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Wow, I love Pict #2, I could see that posted in my basement family room.. That shot talks to me!

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Nice work Mike! Just goes to show that one can always find something of interest!

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Thanks Guys! Stu, you're right, there's almost always something to photograph!

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