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Nevada County Captures: A peaceful moment

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A peaceful moment on Deer Creek next to Pioneer Park.
Submitted by Diane Mercer
A dusting on the Spaulding Lake Trail.
Submitted by Alan Cary
Poppy and Bubba eating the fresh grape leaves in Pioneer Park.
Submitted by Kathy Hillis
This is my mom's (Connie Watson) gorgeous Amaryllis plant. It gets so many blooms and people just have a fit over it.
Submitted by Stacy Watson
What are you looking at?
Submitted by David Massey
Cafe Red Bird of Paradise open for Hummingbirds. No social distancing required.
Submitted by Michael Rugge
Red Formal Decorative Dahlia.
Submitted by Michael Rugge
A peaceful weekend at Englebright reservoir.
Submitted by Annita Kasparian

 


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