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Huntington State Park
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This park, not far from my cousin's house in Fairfield County, Connecticut, consists of 1000+ acres of woodland, including ponds. It was donated to the citizens of Connecticut by the heirs of railroad magnate Collis Potter Huntington in 1973.

Here the pond's partially frozen over during the cold spell of January 2014.

Copyright: Ian chappel
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Uploaded: 29/01/2014
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Tags: woods; pond; lake; state park; huntington; frozen; ice
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