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Nameless Brook
Philadelphia

I have not been able to find a name for this little stream, which runs down the Ridge between Wigard Avenue and Domino Lane in the area of Philadelphia known as Ivy Ridge -- the site of many big communications towers, one of which is visible in this picture.

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Tags: brook; junk; tower; mud; woods
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