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

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