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A picture of the Guadalupe River in the state park named for the river. The river is lined with bald cypress trees and flows past two steep limestone bluffs (one in background). At the time I went, the water was quite warm.

I realized a few seconds after I finished uploading that I forgot to apply the contrast mask (which reduces the overexposure problem). At least 2 other people caught that. Anyway, this version has the contrast mask applied. Since I used the original unprocessed image, the cropping is slightly different too.

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