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Alissa

oooh, great clouds!

Beth

That's a gorgeous shot, Wesley. You actually captured the "fall colors" quite well, I think, with those bright leaves and the reflected October-blue sky. Very nice!

ONwebCHECK

happy WW

pips

Nice pic. Happy WW. :-)

Country Life

Lovely fall photo!!

Vickie

BEAUTIFUL! Happy WW :)

Hoto

that`s a great shot. i like to see the sky in the water. happy ww

kml

Very nice!!

Happy WW!

elementaryhistoryteacher

I love this picture. Great job. You need to enlarge it and frame for a table.

Mine's up...underneath a very looong education carnival post. :)

And Miles To Go....

I love the color of that water--stunning.

Gigi (Harrison) Shreeve

Gorgeous! Happy WW!

Merisi's Vienna

I noticed your blog on Sonia's blog roll, "Blue Ridge" and "North Carolina" I had to see!
Your photo is incredibly beautiful, I shall be back with more time to enjoy the beauty over here. Thank you!

Lori Thornton

I posted a few from the Smokies on Monday here: http://familyhistorian.blogspot.com/2007/10/fall-foliage-in-smokies.html
and here:
http://familyhistorian.blogspot.com/2007/10/few-more-photos-from-today.html

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