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White Mountain Meadow, Near Highways 260 and 273, Arizona
Arizona
High in the White Mountains of Arizona, there are huge meadows at over 8000 feet above sea level. This meadow is located near the junction of Highway 260 and 273 near the Sunrise Ski Resort. The rocks and hills are volcanic in origin.
Copyright: James L. Tanner
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Taken: 04/07/2011
上传: 08/07/2011
更新: 03/09/2014
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