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Robert Ellis: The Moss & Wilson Creek Album 22 Jan 2017

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Robert Ellis finds magic as he ranges just a few miles from his central stomping grounds around Cane Valley & Coburg, Green River Lake, and his Pellyton homeland. Photo(s) posted Sunday & Monday, are linked in this album, and include a low water reveal of Wilson Creek, and stunning photo(s) of perhaps the most under-appreciated plant life, moss. - EW



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Robert Ellis: Colorful Moss, Green River Lake



2017-01-22 - Wilson Creek area of Green River Lake, near Elk Horn, KY - Photo by Robert Ellis (c) .
'Colorful moss growing on a fallen log; Green River Lake in Background...' - ROBERT ELLIS.

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Robert Ellis: Low GRL lake level reveals Wilson Creek



2017-01-23 - Wilson Creek area of Green River Lake, near Elk Horn, KY - Photo by Robert Ellis (c) .
Robert Ellis sends from the Wilson Creek area of Green River Lake, between Knifley and Elk Horn, KY. The low water level reveals a bit of what the stream was like before the impoundment of Green River Lake. - EW. Photo Sun 22 Jan 2017 by Robert Ellis.

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Robert Ellis: Another view of colorful moss Wilson Creek Area



2017-01-23 - Wilson Creek area of Green River Lake, near Elk Horn, KY - Photo by Robert Ellis (c).
Another view of the colorful moss on a fallen log; Wilson Creek Area... - ROBERT ELLIS

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Robert Ellis: Wilson Creek farm



2017-01-24 - Wilson Creek Road, Taylor County, KY - Photo by Robert Ellis (c) .
Wilson Creek farm, Taylor County, picture taken January 14, 2017 by Robert Ellis. Clicking Read More accesses Robert Ellis album: The Moss & Wilson Creek Road

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Robert Ellis: Along Wilson Creek Road, Taylor Co., KY



2017-01-25 - Wilson Creek Road, Taylor County, KY - Photo by Robert Ellis (c) .
Wilson Creek Road, January 14, 2017. Click Read More accesses Robert Ellis: The Moss & Wilson Creek Album, 22 Jan 2017.

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Robert Ellis: Wilson Creek in Mid Winter



2017-01-25 - Wilson Creek, Taylor County, KY - Photo by Robert Ellis (c) .
One of Kentucky's most beautiful streams, Wilson Creek, Taylor County, KY, seen from Wilson Creek Road. Photo taken Saturday, January 14, 2017. Clicking Read More accesses Robert Ellis album

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