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Venango County Photo of the Day

Venango County Photo of the Day

| February 10, 2016

“Beautiful Rockland!” Submitted by Kelley Hesson.

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Venango County Photo of the Day

Venango County Photo of the Day

| February 9, 2016

“Jersey Bridge, built in 1882, reconstructed in 1998. This bridge connects Titusville, Pa. to Drake Well Museum and Oil Creek State Park, crossing Oil Creek in Venango County. Photo taken January 29, 2016. Submitted by Photographs by Tina.

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Venango County Photo of the Day

Venango County Photo of the Day

| February 8, 2016

Winter Sun-drenched Sycamore, Oil Creek State Park, February 5, 2016. Photo courtesy of John McCullough Photography.

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Venango County Photo of the Day: Franklin on Ice

Venango County Photo of the Day: Franklin on Ice

| February 7, 2016

“I took a quick nighttime walk through the park to check out the sculptures before they melt!” Submitted by Gina Moen.

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Venango County Photo of the Day

Venango County Photo of the Day

| February 6, 2016

“Rockland Cemetery – Sunrise on January 25, 2016.” Photo courtesy of John McCullough Photography.

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Venango County Photo of the Day

Venango County Photo of the Day

| February 5, 2016

“Nebraska Bridge over Tionesta Creek in January.” Photo courtesy of Photographs by Tina.

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Venango County Photo of the Day

Venango County Photo of the Day

| February 4, 2016

“Tionesta Lake.” Photo courtesy of Photographs by Tina.

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Venango County Photo of the Day

Venango County Photo of the Day

| February 3, 2016

“Bald eagle sitting in the water in Kennerdell on February 1, 2016.” Submitted by Charles Orf.

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Venango County Photo of the Day

Venango County Photo of the Day

| February 2, 2016

“Beautiful sunset! (February 1, 2016).” Submitted by Anissa Weller‎.

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Venango County Photo of the Day

Venango County Photo of the Day

| February 1, 2016

“Cardinal on the bike trail.” Submitted by Michael Bohling.

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