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Lake Tahoe in Winter, near Emerald Bay
California

Lake Tahoe in Spring / Winter 2011. The Panorama was taken near Emerald Bay, Cascade Lake, and Route 89 and shows Lake Tahoe, Kiva Beach, Monument Peak (with Heavenly), and Mount Tallac.

Copyright: Armin hornung
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Resolution: 16766x8383
Uploaded: 10/04/2011
Updated: 24/01/2012
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Tags: lake; tahoe; winter; snow; mountain; beach; emerald; bay; nature
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