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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, March 11, 2015 1B exactly gives me peace of mind,* and also made me realize that nature, and this wori are so random." :i:  Mike Nellor ! Photographer Dewdrops gather on a leaf in the process of Changing to fall colors. Caterpillars form a conga line down a leaf. Trees arch over autumn colors and still water at Spanish Creek. The colors of fall are reflected on the water at Spanish Creek. Pieces of willow reeds gather on the reflection of the sky at Snake Lake, creating an almost abstract image. See Nellor, page 14B Morning dew illuminates the web a spider wove the night before. A rainbow beams down on American Valley while the remnants of the storm fill a low spot. This sandhill crane wades through a shallow pool of water, looking for food. Winter frost clings to trees along Spanish Creek. Quincy's Mike Nellor takes in the scenery at Snake Lake, looking for a subject to capture on film. Each morning, Nellor goes out to snap photos, capturing the ever-changing scenery of Plumas County. Photo by James Wilson