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Down by the dirt pit, ice pushing out of the ground:
And a tiny longleaf in a field of icy clay:
Pictures by John S. Quarterman, Lowndes County, Georgia, 7 Dec 2010.
Posted at 10:56 AM in Longleaf, weather | Permalink
7 Dec 2010, Georgia, ice, John S. Quarterman, longleaf, Lowndes County, Pinus palustris
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