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Above The Clouds
Photo By Frances Feagin

  • Title: Above The Clouds
  • State/Province/Region: Arkansas
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Buffalo Wilderness Area
  • Nearest Town: Jasper Arkansas
  • Brief Directions: Along highway 7 about 15 miles from Jasper, Arkansas
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: Our group of photographers were actually headed for another site when we noticed the mist, fog, clouds etc... moving into the canyon We stopped and our leader, Tim Ernst, took us to the canyon rim. I was so excited that I did not realize how close to the edge I was until a lady reminded me that if I fell over, it would be curtains. I moved back and will try to not let emotions over rule caution agian.
  • Gear: Canon 5D Tripod
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