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Little stream on the trail to Mirror Lake
California

I took a panorama picture on the small stonemade bridge accrossing small streem. This trail leads to Mirror Lake, Yosemite Valley. All along the trail, you can feel the odor of the pine trees.

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Tags: yosemite valley; national park; small stream; little bridge
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