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Friday, September 28, 2007

Arkansas Flickr Friday: Looking Up

Posted By on Fri, Sep 28, 2007 at 2:45 PM

The skies over Arkansas have been particularly beautiful lately, which facilitates the theme of this week's online photography exhibit, "Looking Up."  Here are some images, mined from the "Arkansas" flickr group, that you might have seen if you'd been looking up in Arkansas recently.  Please click the photos for a better look, and to visit the photographer's photostream.  It's time well-spent.

Arkansas Sunrise, by Jessica Hartley
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Arkansas Clouds, by Jim-AR
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Clinton Presidential Library, by artouttamymind
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Ft. Smith, Arkansas, by Nelson Foto

I Wish I Was Here, by Mandy Gann (note the hang-glider)
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North, by grantlharrison
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Just Out Of Reach, by dsimmons2006
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Paris Lake Sunset, by kevine323
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Teepees, by enveehaze

OK Feed Mills, by Nelson Foto
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The Rainbow Connection, by Mandy Gann
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Sunset, Nothing But Clouds, by ninjapoodles
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Sunday Stormy Sunday, by cormack13
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West Helena River Bridge, by jessirae76
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X-Coaster at Magic Springs, by dsimmons2006
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Windmill, by tarahog1980
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South Arkansas Sunset, by Jim-AR
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Now, EVERYONE get out there and get to snapping the Arkansas beauty around you!

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