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Yosemite bridge over the Merced river showing previous flood levels
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Taken on a foot bridge over the Merced river in the Yosemite Valley. This shows previous flood water levels which would have covered where I stood in 1997. In the north you can see Yosemite Falls through the trees and in the East, partially hidden by the trees, is Half Dome.

Copyright: Matt Wellard
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Uploadet: 30/05/2010
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