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the beach and swimming hole at Chewalla Lake Recreation Area in Holly Springs, Mississippi
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Spending the night at the campgrounds at Holly Springs National Forest in the north of Mississippi, I woke up before the sun and captured the dawn's first light from the beach. There was a quaint little bridge that lead over to an island on the west shore of Chewalla Lake Recreation Area. The campground had lots of trees and a bunch of big, mature Sweet Gum, Oak, and Pine trees with the Dogwood sprinkled in.

Copyright: Ryan stoney photography
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Uploaded: 15/11/2011
Atualizado: 17/10/2014
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Tags: beach; nature; outdoors; bridge; wooden-bridge; trees; sand; rock; wall; lake; dawn; blue-sky
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