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Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Subtle hill

Sleeter Lake, pictured here, is surrounded by thick fields of grasses and plants. In Winter these fields turn the to the color of wheat. The way it interacts with sunlight at dawn and dusk can be special. Its my favorite color but I'm not sure what its called. Taken 1/7/06.

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