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Long view across the Eastern Sierra: Lake Crowley, the Owens Valley, dead trees, and more!
California

The view from the hill adjacent to the Holiday campground in the Inyo National forest.  Overlooks Lake Crowley and the Owens Valley.  I liked the look of all the burned pine trees and the desert scrub rallying to take over the ecotone.

Copyright: Joe Griffin
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Uploaded: 05/08/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014
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Tags: owens valley; owens river; lake crowley; hill; burned; trees; dead trees; fire; pine; view; lake; 395; eastern sierra; sierra nevada; mountains
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