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    Macon architect Russell Claxton was hit by foilage when he tried to photograph downed trees from Irma's winds in Shirley Hills.

Macon architect Russell Claxton was hit by foilage when he tried to photograph downed trees from Irma's winds in Shirley Hills. Beau Cabell The Telegraph
Macon architect Russell Claxton was hit by foilage when he tried to photograph downed trees from Irma's winds in Shirley Hills. Beau Cabell The Telegraph

Where are all the uprooted trees going, and can you get some for firewood?

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