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Northeast summit, "false summit", of Mount Hoffmann with Half Dome and Clouds Rest in the distance, Yosemite National Park
Northeast summit, "false summit", of Mount Hoffmann with Half Dome and Clouds Rest in the distance, Yosemite National Park.
Image ID: 31199  
Location: Mount Hoffmann, Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 6177 x 16649
 
Half Dome and Cloud's Rest from Summit of Mount Hoffmann, sunset, panorama, Yosemite National Park, California
Half Dome and Cloud's Rest from Summit of Mount Hoffmann, sunset, panorama.
Image ID: 31200  
Location: Mount Hoffmann, Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 4215 x 15733
 
Half Dome and Cloud's Rest from Summit of Mount Hoffmann, sunset, panorama, Yosemite National Park, California
Half Dome and Cloud's Rest from Summit of Mount Hoffmann, sunset, panorama.
Image ID: 31201  
Location: Mount Hoffmann, Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 6849 x 16926
 
Half Dome and Cloud's Rest from Summit of Mount Hoffmann, sunset, Yosemite National Park, California Half Dome and Cloud's Rest from Summit of Mount Hoffmann, sunset, Yosemite National Park, California Milky Way over Tenaya Lake, Polly Dome (left), Tenaya Peak (center), Yosemite National Park
Half Dome and Cloud's Rest from Summit of Mount Hoffmann, sunset.
Image ID: 31202  
Location: Mount Hoffmann, Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Half Dome and Cloud's Rest from Summit of Mount Hoffmann, sunset.
Image ID: 31203  
Location: Mount Hoffmann, Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Milky Way over Tenaya Lake, Polly Dome (left), Tenaya Peak (center), Yosemite National Park.
Image ID: 31184  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Milky Way over Tuolumne Meadows, Mount Dana (left), Mount Gibbs (center), Mammoth Peak and Kuna Crest (right), Dana Fork of the Tuolumne River, Yosemite National Park, California Milky Way over Convict Lake, panoramic photo Milky Way over Convict Lake, panoramic photo
Milky Way over Tuolumne Meadows, Mount Dana (left), Mount Gibbs (center), Mammoth Peak and Kuna Crest (right), Dana Fork of the Tuolumne River.
Image ID: 31180  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 6062 x 10349
 
Milky Way over Convict Lake, panoramic photo.
Image ID: 31186  
 
Milky Way over Convict Lake, panoramic photo.
Image ID: 31187  
 
Milky Way over Tenaya Lake, Polly Dome (left), Tenaya Peak (center), Yosemite National Park
Milky Way over Tenaya Lake, Polly Dome (left), Tenaya Peak (center), Yosemite National Park.
Image ID: 31181  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 6215 x 12929
 
Milky Way over Tenaya Lake, Polly Dome (left), Tenaya Peak (center), Yosemite National Park
Milky Way over Tenaya Lake, Polly Dome (left), Tenaya Peak (center), Yosemite National Park.
Image ID: 31182  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 6482 x 15479
 
Milky Way over Tenaya Lake, Polly Dome (left), Tenaya Peak (center), Yosemite National Park
Milky Way over Tenaya Lake, Polly Dome (left), Tenaya Peak (center), Yosemite National Park.
Image ID: 31183  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 5316 x 13466
 
Devil's Postpile, a spectacular example of columnar basalt.  Once molten and under great pressure underground, the lava that makes up Devil's Postpile cooled evenly and slowly, contracting and fracturing into polygonal-sided columns.  The age of the formation is estimated between 100 and 700 thousand years old.  Sometime after the basalt columns formed, a glacier passed over the formation, cutting and polishing the tops of the columns.  The columns have from three to seven sides, varying because of differences in how quickly portions of the lava cooled, Devils Postpile National Monument, California Devil's Postpile, a spectacular example of columnar basalt.  Once molten and under great pressure underground, the lava that makes up Devil's Postpile cooled evenly and slowly, contracting and fracturing into polygonal-sided columns.  The age of the formation is estimated between 100 and 700 thousand years old.  Sometime after the basalt columns formed, a glacier passed over the formation, cutting and polishing the tops of the columns.  The columns have from three to seven sides, varying because of differences in how quickly portions of the lava cooled, Devils Postpile National Monument, California Devil's Postpile, a spectacular example of columnar basalt.  Once molten and under great pressure underground, the lava that makes up Devil's Postpile cooled evenly and slowly, contracting and fracturing into polygonal-sided columns.  The age of the formation is estimated between 100 and 700 thousand years old.  Sometime after the basalt columns formed, a glacier passed over the formation, cutting and polishing the tops of the columns.  The columns have from three to seven sides, varying because of differences in how quickly portions of the lava cooled, Devils Postpile National Monument, California
Devil's Postpile, a spectacular example of columnar basalt. Once molten and under great pressure underground, the lava that makes up Devil's Postpile cooled evenly and slowly, contracting and fracturing into polygonal-sided columns. The age of the formation is estimated between 100 and 700 thousand years old. Sometime after the basalt columns formed, a glacier passed over the formation, cutting and polishing the tops of the columns. The columns have from three to seven sides, varying because of differences in how quickly portions of the lava cooled.
Image ID: 23281  
Location: Devils Postpile National Monument, California, USA
 
Devil's Postpile, a spectacular example of columnar basalt. Once molten and under great pressure underground, the lava that makes up Devil's Postpile cooled evenly and slowly, contracting and fracturing into polygonal-sided columns. The age of the formation is estimated between 100 and 700 thousand years old. Sometime after the basalt columns formed, a glacier passed over the formation, cutting and polishing the tops of the columns. The columns have from three to seven sides, varying because of differences in how quickly portions of the lava cooled.
Image ID: 23282  
Location: Devils Postpile National Monument, California, USA
 
Devil's Postpile, a spectacular example of columnar basalt. Once molten and under great pressure underground, the lava that makes up Devil's Postpile cooled evenly and slowly, contracting and fracturing into polygonal-sided columns. The age of the formation is estimated between 100 and 700 thousand years old. Sometime after the basalt columns formed, a glacier passed over the formation, cutting and polishing the tops of the columns. The columns have from three to seven sides, varying because of differences in how quickly portions of the lava cooled.
Image ID: 23283  
Location: Devils Postpile National Monument, California, USA
 
Devil's Postpile, a spectacular example of columnar basalt.  Once molten and under great pressure underground, the lava that makes up Devil's Postpile cooled evenly and slowly, contracting and fracturing into polygonal-sided columns.  The age of the formation is estimated between 100 and 700 thousand years old.  Sometime after the basalt columns formed, a glacier passed over the formation, cutting and polishing the tops of the columns.  The columns have from three to seven sides, varying because of differences in how quickly portions of the lava cooled, Devils Postpile National Monument, California Devil's Postpile, a spectacular example of columnar basalt.  Once molten and under great pressure underground, the lava that makes up Devil's Postpile cooled evenly and slowly, contracting and fracturing into polygonal-sided columns.  The age of the formation is estimated between 100 and 700 thousand years old.  Sometime after the basalt columns formed, a glacier passed over the formation, cutting and polishing the tops of the columns.  The columns have from three to seven sides, varying because of differences in how quickly portions of the lava cooled, Devils Postpile National Monument, California Devil's Postpile, a spectacular example of columnar basalt.  Once molten and under great pressure underground, the lava that makes up Devil's Postpile cooled evenly and slowly, contracting and fracturing into polygonal-sided columns.  The age of the formation is estimated between 100 and 700 thousand years old.  Sometime after the basalt columns formed, a glacier passed over the formation, cutting and polishing the tops of the columns.  The columns have from three to seven sides, varying because of differences in how quickly portions of the lava cooled, Devils Postpile National Monument, California
Devil's Postpile, a spectacular example of columnar basalt. Once molten and under great pressure underground, the lava that makes up Devil's Postpile cooled evenly and slowly, contracting and fracturing into polygonal-sided columns. The age of the formation is estimated between 100 and 700 thousand years old. Sometime after the basalt columns formed, a glacier passed over the formation, cutting and polishing the tops of the columns. The columns have from three to seven sides, varying because of differences in how quickly portions of the lava cooled.
Image ID: 23284  
Location: Devils Postpile National Monument, California, USA
 
Devil's Postpile, a spectacular example of columnar basalt. Once molten and under great pressure underground, the lava that makes up Devil's Postpile cooled evenly and slowly, contracting and fracturing into polygonal-sided columns. The age of the formation is estimated between 100 and 700 thousand years old. Sometime after the basalt columns formed, a glacier passed over the formation, cutting and polishing the tops of the columns. The columns have from three to seven sides, varying because of differences in how quickly portions of the lava cooled.
Image ID: 23286  
Location: Devils Postpile National Monument, California, USA
 
Devil's Postpile, a spectacular example of columnar basalt. Once molten and under great pressure underground, the lava that makes up Devil's Postpile cooled evenly and slowly, contracting and fracturing into polygonal-sided columns. The age of the formation is estimated between 100 and 700 thousand years old. Sometime after the basalt columns formed, a glacier passed over the formation, cutting and polishing the tops of the columns. The columns have from three to seven sides, varying because of differences in how quickly portions of the lava cooled.
Image ID: 23287  
Location: Devils Postpile National Monument, California, USA
 
Mt. Whitney is the highest point in the contiguous United States with an elevation of 14,505 feet (4,421 m).  It lies along the crest of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.  Composed of the Sierra Nevada batholith granite formation, its eastern side (seen here) is quite steep.  It is climbed by hundreds of hikers each year
Mt. Whitney is the highest point in the contiguous United States with an elevation of 14,505 feet (4,421 m). It lies along the crest of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Composed of the Sierra Nevada batholith granite formation, its eastern side (seen here) is quite steep. It is climbed by hundreds of hikers each year.
Image ID: 21761  
Pano dimensions: 2298 x 4990
 
Main Street buildings, Dechambeau Hotel (left) and I.O.O.F. Hall (right), Bodie State Historical Park, California Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake, with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941 Twenty Lakes Basin near Conness Lakes, Hoover Wilderness, 20 Lakes Basin
Main Street buildings, Dechambeau Hotel (left) and I.O.O.F. Hall (right).
Image ID: 23104  
Location: Bodie State Historical Park, California, USA
 
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake, with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941.
Image ID: 26983  
Location: Mono Lake, California, USA
 
Twenty Lakes Basin near Conness Lakes, Hoover Wilderness.
Image ID: 31056  
Location: 20 Lakes Basin, Hoover Wilderness, California, USA
 
Aspen trees, fall colors, reflected in the still waters of North Lake, Populus tremuloides, Bishop Creek Canyon Sierra Nevada Mountains Sage brush and aspen trees, autumn, in the shade of Bishop Creek Canyon in the Sierra Nevada, Populus tremuloides, Bishop Creek Canyon Sierra Nevada Mountains Sierra Nevada mountains and aspen trees, fall colors reflected in the still waters of North Lake, Populus tremuloides, Bishop Creek Canyon Sierra Nevada Mountains
Aspen trees, fall colors, reflected in the still waters of North Lake.
Image ID: 26063  
Species: Aspen, Populus tremuloides
Location: Bishop Creek Canyon Sierra Nevada Mountains, California, USA
 
Sage brush and aspen trees, autumn, in the shade of Bishop Creek Canyon in the Sierra Nevada.
Image ID: 26060  
Species: Aspen, Populus tremuloides
Location: Bishop Creek Canyon Sierra Nevada Mountains, California, USA
 
Sierra Nevada mountains and aspen trees, fall colors reflected in the still waters of North Lake.
Image ID: 26061  
Species: Aspen, Populus tremuloides
Location: Bishop Creek Canyon Sierra Nevada Mountains, California, USA
 
Sierra Nevada mountains and aspen trees, fall colors reflected in the still waters of North Lake, Populus tremuloides, Bishop Creek Canyon Sierra Nevada Mountains Mammoth Peak over Tuolumne Meadows, Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park Mount Conness (12589') and Upper Conness Lake, Twenty Lakes Basin, Hoover Wilderness, Conness Lakes Basin
Sierra Nevada mountains and aspen trees, fall colors reflected in the still waters of North Lake.
Image ID: 26062  
Species: Aspen, Populus tremuloides
Location: Bishop Creek Canyon Sierra Nevada Mountains, California, USA
 
Mammoth Peak over Tuolumne Meadows, Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park.
Image ID: 28512  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Mount Conness (12589') and Upper Conness Lake, Twenty Lakes Basin, Hoover Wilderness.
Image ID: 31063  
Location: Conness Lakes Basin, Hoover Wilderness, California, USA
 
First View of Conness Lakes Basin with Mount Conness (12589' center) and North Peak (12242', right), Hoover Wilderness
First View of Conness Lakes Basin with Mount Conness (12589' center) and North Peak (12242', right), Hoover Wilderness.
Image ID: 31057  
Location: Conness Lakes Basin, Hoover Wilderness, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 5623 x 14211
 
Conness Lake with green glacial meltwaters, Hoover Wilderness, Conness Lakes Basin
Conness Lake with green glacial meltwaters, Hoover Wilderness.
Image ID: 31067  
Location: Conness Lakes Basin, Hoover Wilderness, California, USA
 


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