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Old 10-11-08, 11:34 AM   #1
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He asked for a photo

Well, it's not quite what Wog asked for, but here's one of my favorites. French Creek photographed from the Sheeder-Hall covered bridge, built in 1850. Note the spider webs in the photo.



From my tour in August, Keystone Viaduct on the Great Allegheny Passage, a few miles past Meyersdale, PA. Photo taken about 8:30 AM. I love the wind generators in the background - they remind me of Wells' Martian tripods.



And perhaps my favorite photo, the sun setting over the Susquahanna River at Harrisburg, PA.

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Old 10-11-08, 12:15 PM   #2
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Cool photos! My reduced photo opportunities would be a big reason I would miss cycling. The ground I cover at 12 miles an hour cycling is more than I can cover at 2 miles per hour walking. And the places I can get on 2 wheels is better than the places I can get on 4.

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Well, it's not quite what Wog asked for, but here's one of my favorites. French Creek photographed from the Sheeder-Hall covered bridge, built in 1850. Note the spider webs in the photo.



From my tour in August, Keystone Viaduct on the Great Allegheny Passage, a few miles past Meyersdale, PA. Photo taken about 8:30 AM. I love the wind generators in the background - they remind me of Wells' Martian tripods.



And perhaps my favorite photo, the sun setting over the Susquahanna River at Harrisburg, PA.

Yes, now wouldn't you miss being able to do that?
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