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Wilson Canyon number 1

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Wilson Canyon near Yerington, NV.  Cool place, it looks like the moon.  Right off the highway, its easy to get to, empty of people, and super cool.

  • Joe over 1 year ago
    One of my favorite recent panos-- I think it looks a bit like those Mars panoramas! Mars in Nevada. . .
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