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Liberty Cap & Nevada Falls, Yosemite
California

Nevada Falls which sits 280m above Vernal Falls becomes almost like a trickle in Autumn. The granite dome right next to the falls is Liberty Cap - at 2076m a.s.l. it blocks the view of Half Dome and Mt Broderick behind it.

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