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Right side view of Havasu Falls
Arizona

Havasu Falls viewed from the right side.  Photo was taken before the flood of 2009.  For more photos, check out JonJasper.com

Copyright: Jon jasper
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Uploaded: 26/01/2011
Updated: 14/08/2014
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Tags: havasu; havasupai; supai; canyon; falls; waterfall; waterfalls; tribal lands; grand canyon; jon jasper; nature; outdoors; arizona; backpacking; hiking
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