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Peak Leafs... High Water
Hudson Valley

  After four days of rain....  This is the result after the last down pour.... I used to have a compose heap.....  The water washed my Bottom stair away...  They say erosion is cased by high waters in these creeks...  The water that builds up seeps through the ground.....  Right after the water receded new mud patches were formed instantly from draining water....  We had such awesome winds that they tore peak leafs right off the tree's giving us opportunity to enjoy it once more. ( they will return... Peak twice in a single season...)

Copyright: Alexander serop kegham kehyaian
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Subida: 02/10/2010
Actualizado: 28/08/2014
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Tags: alex kehyaian; hunter ny; schoharie creek; catskills; ...; new york; new york state; creeks; water; foliage..
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