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Fairchild Wheeler Golf Course Fall Foliage 2012
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The 15th fairway on the Black Course at Fairchild Wheeler Golf Course offers a spectacular view of the fall foliage from its highest elevation. Morning sun is the best time to see the bursting golds and reds on the trees lining the 13th and 16th fairways.

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Uploaded: 26/10/2012
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Tags: golf course; fall leaves; pole pano; foliage; nature; colors; fairways
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