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Wanda Lake, View from Earth Station Tent, Kings Canyon National Park, CA
California
Early Winters candle lanterns hang inside the empty Earth Station that has just been pitched in the Sierras. An Early Winters Omnipotent sits just outside near the shoreline of Wanda Lake. At 11,400 in elevation, Wanda Lake sits below Muir Pass in the Kings Canyon National Park area of the high Sierras.
Copyright: Bill edwards
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Uploaded: 10/09/2012
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: backpacking; california; early winters; earth station; goretex; kings canyon; lake; sierra nevada; sierras; tent; wanda lake; omnipotent
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