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Recent Pictures March &April 2017


RECENT PICTURES  March & April 2017
Full moon rise taken: 3/11/17
Sunrise at Topsail Beach Taken: 3/29/17
First Bull frog of 2017 taken: 4/2/17












Mallard Duck taking off taken : 4/6/17
Red Headed Wood pecker taken at Mason Land: 4/8/17
Azaleas taken: 4/8/17




Canada Geese taken: 4/10/17





Water lily taken at Five oaks Pond taken: 4/11/17

Osprey flying taken 4/ 13/17










































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