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Batavia Riverwalk Pavilion
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This view was taken from the Batavia Riverwalk Pavilion in downtown Batavia, Illinois.  Great fall colors - their at their peak!!  Visible is the Fox River and the old Challenge windmill plant and dam. 

Copyright: Thomas Henneman
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Uploaded: 30/10/2011
Updated: 16/10/2014
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Tags: batavia; riverwalk; pavilion; fox river; challenge plant; fall; autumn; illinois; yellow; red; nikon; d300; 10.5 mm fisheye; usa; river
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