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Golden Field and Granite Cliff at Yosemite
California

The setting sun turns everything into gold - just look at the famed Washington Column, Royal Arches and the top of Half Dome. The colour seems to impart a warm glow to the open field out there but in fact it is beginning to get chilly and the wind is starting to pick up as well - so strong that the much weaker lower Yosemite Fall swerves course several times amidst the gust.

Copyright: Arroz Marisco
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Uploaded: 15/11/2011
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Tags: half dome; yosemite fall; washington column; royal arches; california
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