[GeoStL] Re: St. Louis sunsets

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I think the best place is the National Scenic Byway between Alton and
Grafton.  Look for driftwood and pull off to the side.  If they will let you
into Principia College at Elsah that would be your best bet.  Sometimes they
will and sometimes they won't.  It is a fantastic view from the bluffs
overlooking the river.  They have an overlook you could head for or the very
best place is the trail they have along the bluff. 

Jim Bensman
"Nature Bats Last" 
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> bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Martin Gross
> Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2008 6:14 PM
> To: geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [GeoStL] St. Louis sunsets
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> Where's a good place to photograph/film a sunset in St. Louis? This is
> for a film class here at school.
> I think it'd be awesome from across the river near the East St. Louis
> geyser, but I probably shouldn't be over there when it's dark... :(
> Maybe I'll be okay if I stay near the casino?
> 
> If ESL is completely out of the question does anyone have any ideas?
> Are there any buildings I can get on top of in the city or Clayton to
> film?
> 
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