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(December 17-21, 2004)

Piotr Popik

Cathedral of Holy Mary Assumption

Tom Pollak

Brush Brook

Camels Hump In the Green Mountains of Vermont, USA

Dec 20 2004 -- 12 noon

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Brush Brook, a temporary sanctuary for my soul.

Located in the Green Mountain National Forest, home to black bear, white tail deer, moose, to name just a few.

On the slopes of Camels Hump Mt, Brush Brook flows into the Huntington River, then into the Winooski River to pour into Lake Champlain, which runs into the Richelieu which flows into the Saint Lawrence then emptying into the North Atlantic.

a place not known for protection, but
a place to breath, in oneness with mother earth
a place to connect spirt - heart - mind
to feel balanced whole and complete
there, harm has no meaning.
For more New England Mt. panos at a related site

Teal City Media's Home Page

USA-Canada / USA-Vermont

Lat: 44° 12' 10" N
Long: 73° 55' 38" W

Elevation: 2000 ft

→ maps.google.com [EXT]

Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Nikon coolpix 990 -- FC-E8

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