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October 08, 2010


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My day job is not too far from here, and I always mean to take a detour on my commute home.

Love these photos.

Estel C.

Lovely place, and I've got to understand its
purity when I read your 'The town that time forgot'.
The photos are superb, every beauty was captured.


Great shots! I took my son to feed the ducks for the first time this week. It was a very nostalgic experience because I hadn't done this since I was a wee girl.


You had me at fresh-baked donuts!


The creek shot is especially wonderful. Makes me want to be there.


The ducks are so adorable! Great pictures, as usual. :)

Dominique King

Amy-Definitely try going out there on a weekday. I've gone around 5 p.m. on a weekday a few times...avoiding the weekend crowds.

Estel-The village of Franklin is definitely worth a visit!

Anna-Kids do love the ducks :)

Jen-Fresh-baked donut and an apple slush...breakfast of champions!

Jackie-The creek is a nice little place to just sit and relax a bit.

Gypsy-I thought these duck shots turned out pretty decent, considering that I took them with my tiny, pocketable camera!

Mary Christmas

Sounds like a lovely day out for families. Kids have always love feeding ducks! And the cider is a bonus of course.

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