My Favorite - John Gilbert

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Greer Spring, Missouri: The second-largest spring in Missouri is Greer in Oregon County. Greer Spring branch carries 220 million gallons of water a day to the nearby Eleven Point River. Even in the stillness of winter, the spring and branch provide a unique beauty. The spring actually emerges from two different spots — from within the mouth of Greer Spring Cave and up from the bed of the branch itself. The spring, which is on U.S. Forest Service land, is 18 miles south of Winona on Highway 19. This photo consisted of 3 shots bracketed at 2 f/stop intervals and then merged together in Photomatrix (HDR Process) Pentax K-20

Greer Spring, Missouri: The second-largest spring in Missouri is Greer in Oregon County. Greer Spring branch carries 220 million gallons of water a day to the nearby Eleven Point River. Even in the stillness of winter, the spring and branch provide a unique beauty. The spring actually emerges from two different spots — from within the mouth of Greer Spring Cave and up from the bed of the branch itself. The spring, which is on U.S. Forest Service land, is 18 miles south of Winona on Highway 19. This photo consisted of 3 shots bracketed at 2 f/stop intervals and then merged together in Photomatrix (HDR Process) Pentax K-20

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From National Ozark Riverways