Meramec River

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Comments (7)

©junebug on August 29, 2007

Beautiful photo, Ryan. It looks very peaceful. Greetings, Anne

Tamás Borbély on August 29, 2007

Very nice photo,Ryan!Greetings, Tamás

Ryan Calhoun on August 29, 2007

Thanks to you both, Anne and Tamás. It was a very nice, peaceful spot (the same place I found my little toad, Anne), until I was about to leave and two dogs came running up to bite off my leg. I tried to reassure them I was only taking pictures, but they weren't in the mood to listen.

Greetings, Ryan.

Ryan Calhoun on February 13, 2008

To whomever attempted to relocate this photo:

The marker for this photo is already in exactly the correct position, from a low-water beach on the south bank of the Meramec River, just east of the 109/W bridge. Thank you for your interest.

JustforFun on July 19, 2008

A beautiful scene of unaffected, untouched nature inclusive wild animals, wherefrom I hope you had escaped. I read an article about the Meramec River on Wikipedia. I'd been to Lake Ozarks once, Osage Beach, which was far from an untouched nature but with lots of powerboats :-), and wonder if this is the river that feeds this artificial lake. Do you know ?

Greetings HJ

P.S. It also happens to me where some jesters (hope that's the right word) are relocating my photos far away from its original location.

Ryan Calhoun on July 20, 2008

Thanks HJ. This river is usually very slow and calm. It's good for floating and boating. It starts in St. James in the center of the state, and flows into the Mississippi south of St. Louis. Lake of the Ozarks is actually the dammed up Osage River, and powerboats are its most common native life form. :)

Greetings, Ryan

nctmihai Michel on February 18, 2010

nice view!

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  • Uploaded on August 26, 2007
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    by Ryan Calhoun