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Waterflow at Bull Run in Autumn

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Bull Run is the name I believe locals give to a small tributary that joins Stoney Run Creek, or "Beaver Creek". The naming gets a little confusing, but according to the area maps I've consulted and other research I've conducted, I believe Stoney Run Creek is the name of the creek that fills the lake at Pinchot State Park in York County, Lewisberry, PA. The locals always seem to call it "Beaver Creek". After the dam at Pinchot, the creek continues downstream for about a mile, until we get to a spot the locals call "Beaver Hole". There is a bridge that crosses here, which is the vantage point I used for "Autumn at Beaver Creek." If you walk to the right of the creek, there is this tributary. It spills into Stoney Run Creek right before Stoney Run goes under the bridge for Bull Road. I've gotten several shots from this area over the years, and "Autumn at Bull Run" came from the same day I got this shot, which is from a slightly further away vantage point. The date of this photo was 10/14/2004 and it was captured at 3:38 PM. After going through my photo archives in 8/2008, I've decided to finally release this one to the public.

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 11 August, 2008.