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    Default autumn reflection in Zealand Notch




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    We knew that is what you looked like!
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    HA ha Brad beat me to it. That explains how you can get so close. Cool shot Patrick.

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    Great self portrait Patrick! I love it. LOL
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    This shot is just perplexing...it doesn't make sense in my brain...how the heck did you pull this off?
    "I've learned that everyone wants to live on top of the mountain, but that all the happiness and growth occurs while you're climbing it."
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    ... and, it's possibly one of the coolest wildlife shots I've ever seen!
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    Jim, I do believe the picture is upside down.
    If you copy the picture and turn it, the reflection of the cow moose is in the water.
    I can just picture the whole photo with the moose in the upper half and its reflection (in the water) on the bottom half.

    MIKE

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    Upside down, rightside up - doesn't matter. Like Jim said, how the heck did you get this one Patrick???
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    Incredible photo Patrick!! I think we ALL want to know how you did this one!!!

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