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A few from Texas Falls, Vermont

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    Posted: 09 July 2019 at 13:06
Here are a few of my favorite from a recent trip to Texas Falls Vermont.
I have never seen such clean, clear water, it looked so refreshing.

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3) So clear


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ILCE-7rII, FE-2870, FE 70300G, SAL-70200G, NEX7, SEL-50f18, SEL-1855 & SEL-55210
 



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A set of lovely images which depict a wonderful nature!

Is this really in Vermont? The name Texas Falls is clearly confusing!

TFS!
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Originally posted by waldo_posth waldo_posth wrote:

A set of lovely images which depict a wonderful nature!

Is this really in Vermont? The name Texas Falls is clearly confusing!

TFS!


LOL I know right, and thanks :)
ILCE-7rII, FE-2870, FE 70300G, SAL-70200G, NEX7, SEL-50f18, SEL-1855 & SEL-55210
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It certainly looks fresh - TFS Roger .
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