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Diana's Punchbowl--Keith for Scale
Nevada

Diana's Punchbowl is a limestone formation in the Monitor Valley, Nevada.  It seems to have formed around the hot spring located within the gaping hole in the middle of it.  Its a cool palce to be.  When standing on the side, you can feel the heat radiating out from the hot water inside.  If you ever find yourself in this part of Nevada, it is not to be missed!

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Uploaded: 13/09/2012
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