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Whetstone Lake, Parkdale, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Whetstone Lake, near Parkdale, in Nova Scotia, Atlantic Canada. On a nice day in autumn. "Leaves on fire" after the first night-frost of the season.

Copyright: Peter pook
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Uploaded: 28/09/2009
Updated: 17/09/2014
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Tags: lake; fall; leaves; fall colors; parkdale; nova scotia; autumn; leaves on fire; lunenburg county; canada
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