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Taos Ski Valley Parking Lot, NM
New Mexico

This was taken at a parking lot at Taos Ski Valley in October, 2010. The trees had already started to change.  There was snow on the higher peaks and there were some flurries moving through the area. 

Copyright: Ryan Helinski
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Uploadet: 21/10/2010
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