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Coal Canyon and Waterfall at Table Mountain
California
Coal Canyon near Oroville, California, in the Spring of 2012. There were hundreds of small mudlarks flying around along with a few brave swimmers that found a way down to a hidden pool at the base of the waterfall formed by Gold Run Creek.
Copyright: Phillip Simpson
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Uploaded: 30/04/2012
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