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Saturday, November 10, 2012

Road to Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf State Park is right across the highway from where I live.

Captured with my little Canon point & shoot

This is linked to Jan's Straight-Out-of-Camera-Sunday

14 comments:

  1. That is a beautiful scene again.

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  2. Hi John...Very inviting looking scene....nice!!
    Grace

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  3. Thats a very nice picture - make me want to have a look around the corner.

    In the post before I seems a shame that the things we did in the "silly sixties" are now banned - and we wonder why kids play on computers! People have told them they will die if they go outside!

    Thanks for the comment on my blog - I've been in Oman for a week hence slow reply!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Australia

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  4. I lived in the Santa Rosa area for a couple of years. I don't remember ever visiting Sugarloaf, but the scene on this road brings other memories!

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  5. A beautiful photo, like that "porch" in the end.

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  6. You could be travelling along one of the lanes near me John..
    A lovely image.

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  7. It's very pretty. Looks a lot like where I live.

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  8. very beautiful... have a terrific Sunday!

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  9. I do everything with a little Canon point and shoot - it's a great gadget.

    I like a tree tunnel - looks like it won't be that green for long now - you've just caught it.

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  10. Looks like a great place to explore. Is that where you found the mushrooms? I almost thought you lived in Maryland, because I used to live there, with Sugarloaf Mountain nearby.

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