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Dry Lakes Basin (spring perspective)
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Dry Lakes Basin consists of two seasonal lakes on top of Modoc Rim north of Klamath Falls, Oregon during the spring months.  This view shows one of the open dry lakes, heavily troddened by grazing cattle.  A rather different contrast in landscape considering its close proximity of the Modoc Rim & Upper Klamath Lake nearby.

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Uploaded: 25/05/2012
Updated: 24/07/2012
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