Bayou Teche Photos
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St. Martinville to Breaux Bridge



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Video capture of an American Egret in Flight



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Video capture of a Long Stretch of Live Oak Trees in a Relatively Wooded Area Along the East Bank of Bayou Teche Just Before the Town of Breaux Bridge



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Video capture of Projecting Branches from One of the Live Oak Trees in the Wooded Area Before Breaux Bridge



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Video capture of Two Almost Inseparably Close Live Oak Trees in the Wooded Area Before Breaux Bridge



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Video capture of the American Legion Hall Pavillion Near Which the Author Launched His Boat in Breaux Bridge to Reach the Source of Bayou Teche in Porte Barre - the Boat was Launched Just to the Left of the Tree in the Foreground



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Video capture of the Twin Towers of the Catholic Church in Breaux Bridge as Seen from Bayou Teche


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