White mist rises over the still water of Virginia's Ivy Creek. The creek banks are lined with tall trees with leaves of gold and orange that are reflected back in the surface of the water.
Ivy Creek Natural Area The 215-acre Ivy Creek Natural Area is Charlottesville’s preeminent site for environmental education and recreation. © Ben Greenberg

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