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The Wave
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Janel and Jon Jasper visiting the Wave in Coyotes Buttes in Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in northern Arizona. For more photos, check out JonJasper.com

Copyright: Jon jasper
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Subida: 31/12/2010
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Tags: the wave; wave; coyote buttes; vermilion cliffs; vermillion; national monument; arizona strip; hiking; outdoors; nature; jon jasper; janel jasper
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