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Horseshoe Bend on Owens Gorge
California
Here the Owens River flows from Crowley Reservoir through Owens Valley and down to Bishop. Much of the water now has been diverted to Los Angeles by way of a 200 plus mile aqueduct. The river cuts through the Volcanic Tablelands, a vast volcanic landscape that was formed over 700,000 years ago by volcanic ash and material from the Long Valley caldera northwest of here to create the Owens River Gorge.
Copyright: Allan Der
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Uploaded: 27/11/2013
Updated: 13/10/2014
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Tags: aqueduct; bend; bishoptuff; ca; california; climbing; desert; eastern sierra; horseshoe; inyo county; ladwp; mono county; owens river; river; vocanic tableland; volcanic; water
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