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Nutrioso Valley, White Mountains, Arizona USA
Arizona
Located in the White Mountains of eastern Arizona near the New Mexico border, Nutrioso is a very small town. It is on the edge of the Wallow Fire, the largest fire as yet in Arizona history. This picture shows a relatively untouched meadow just north of the town. It is typical of the open expanses of the Arizona highlands.
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Tags: nutrioso; arizona; elk; mountains; white mountains; escudilla
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