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Mirro Lake and the Half Dome
California

After about 30 minute of stalling, finally the Mirror Lake appears upon me. It says the lake is made by natural dam. In the winter I visited last time, there was no water and I was very disappointed. But there are many people enjoing the scenery. You can see the Half Dome on the right.

Copyright: Min Heo
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Tags: yosemite valley; national park; mirror lake; half dome
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