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After returning from our hike to High Falls we decide to walk out to Shovel Point. There was a little ice along the shore but nothing like it was several years ago after a March storm.

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Shovel Point

Shovel Point

On our return hike we found this little fellow along the trail working on a pine cone. He wasn’t about to give it up and allowed me to walk right up to him before he finally ran off.

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There were some nice views out on the lake as the sun attempted to break through the snow clouds.

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More photos from our hike can be found on my website.

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One Comment

  1. Hello Philip,

    My name is Jacki Livingston, from The Nature Conservancy. I’d like to speak with you about a possible one-time use of one of your wonderful Shovel Point images. Please contact me as soon as possible: jacquelyn.livingston@tnc.org


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