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Ancient Bristlecone Pine Tree at sunset, panorama, with storm clouds passing over the White Mountains.  The eastern Sierra Nevada is just visible in the distance, Pinus longaeva, Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, White Mountains, Inyo National Forest
Ancient Bristlecone Pine Tree at sunset, panorama, with storm clouds passing over the White Mountains. The eastern Sierra Nevada is just visible in the distance. Mountain Pass Photo.
Image ID: 28781  
Species: Ancient Bristlecone Pine, Pinus longaeva
Location: Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, White Mountains, Inyo National Forest, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 4549 x 10085
 
Panoramic view from Vogelsang Pass (10685')  in Yosemite's high country, looking south. A hiker appears twice in this curious panoramic photo, enjoying the spectacular view.  Visible on the left are Parson's Peak (12147'), Gallison Lake and Bernice Lake, while Vogelsang Peak (11516') rises to the right, Yosemite National Park, California
Panoramic view from Vogelsang Pass (10685') in Yosemite's high country, looking south. A hiker appears twice in this curious panoramic photo, enjoying the spectacular view. Visible on the left are Parson's Peak (12147'), Gallison Lake and Bernice Lake, while Vogelsang Peak (11516') rises to the right. Mountain Pass Picture.
Image ID: 23210  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 4512 x 17738
 
Panorama of Vogelsang basin, surrounding Vogelsang Lake in Yosemite's High Sierra, viewed from near Vogelsang Pass (10685').  Left is Vogelsang Peak (11516'), Choo-choo Ridge is in the distant middle, and the western flank of Fletcher Peak is to the right, Yosemite National Park, California
Panorama of Vogelsang basin, surrounding Vogelsang Lake in Yosemite's High Sierra, viewed from near Vogelsang Pass (10685'). Left is Vogelsang Peak (11516'), Choo-choo Ridge is in the distant middle, and the western flank of Fletcher Peak is to the right. Stock Photography of Mountain Pass.
Image ID: 23217  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 2945 x 13845
 
Mammoth Peak over Tuolumne Meadows, Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park This photo is the top of a stack of similar images, click to see them all. Glacial erratic boulders atop Olmsted Point, with the massive granite monoliths Half Dome and Clouds Rest in the background. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form.  When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location, Yosemite National Park, California Mammoth Peak (12,117') reflected in small tarn pond at sunrise, viewed from meadows near Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park, California
Mammoth Peak over Tuolumne Meadows, Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park Photograph of Mountain Pass.
Image ID: 28514  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Glacial erratic boulders atop Olmsted Point, with the massive granite monoliths Half Dome and Clouds Rest in the background. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form. When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location. Mountain Pass Photos.
Image ID: 23264  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Mammoth Peak (12,117') reflected in small tarn pond at sunrise, viewed from meadows near Tioga Pass. Mountain Pass Image.
Image ID: 25758  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Mammoth Peak (12,117') reflected in small tarn pond at sunrise, viewed from meadows near Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park, California Mammoth Peak and alpine meadows in the High Sierra are reflected in Tioga Lake at sunrise. This spectacular location is just a short walk from the Tioga Pass road. Near Tuolumne Meadows and Yosemite National Park This photo is the top of a stack of similar images, click to see them all. Glacial erratics atop Olmsted Point. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form, Yosemite National Park, California
Mammoth Peak (12,117') reflected in small tarn pond at sunrise, viewed from meadows near Tioga Pass. Professional stock photos of Mountain Pass.
Image ID: 25759  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Mammoth Peak and alpine meadows in the High Sierra are reflected in Tioga Lake at sunrise. This spectacular location is just a short walk from the Tioga Pass road. Near Tuolumne Meadows and Yosemite National Park. Pictures of Mountain Pass.
Image ID: 09949  
Location: Tioga Lake, Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Glacial erratics atop Olmsted Point. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form. Mountain Pass Photo.
Image ID: 09966  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Mammoth Peak over Tuolumne Meadows, Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park This photo is the top of a stack of similar images, click to see them all. 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
Mammoth Peak over Tuolumne Meadows, Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park Mountain Pass Picture.
Image ID: 28510  
Location: Yosemite National Park, 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. Stock Photography of Mountain Pass.
Image ID: 23266  
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. Photograph of Mountain Pass.
Image ID: 23267  
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 A Sierra Nevada Peak reflected in small tarn (pond), near Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park, California Mammoth Peak (12,117') rises above grassy meadows and granite boulders near Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park, 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. Mountain Pass Photos.
Image ID: 23285  
Location: Devils Postpile National Monument, California, USA
 
A Sierra Nevada Peak reflected in small tarn (pond), near Tioga Pass. Mountain Pass Image.
Image ID: 25760  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Mammoth Peak (12,117') rises above grassy meadows and granite boulders near Tioga Pass. Professional stock photos of Mountain Pass.
Image ID: 25766  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Wind turbines provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley. San Gorgonio pass, San Bernardino mountains, San Gorgonio Pass Mammoth Peak over Tuolumne Meadows, Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park Alpine pond and ridge near Vogelsang Peak, near Vogelsang Pass (10685') in Yosemite's high country, Yosemite National Park, California
Wind turbines provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley. San Gorgonio pass, San Bernardino mountains. Pictures of Mountain Pass.
Image ID: 06856  
Location: San Gorgonio Pass, Palm Springs, California, USA
 
Mammoth Peak over Tuolumne Meadows, Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park Mountain Pass Photo.
Image ID: 28511  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Alpine pond and ridge near Vogelsang Peak, near Vogelsang Pass (10685') in Yosemite's high country. Mountain Pass Picture.
Image ID: 23215  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Hiker views Vogelsang Lake and the western buttress of Fletcher Peak from a vantage point near Vogelsang Pass, looking north, Yosemite National Park, California
Hiker views Vogelsang Lake and the western buttress of Fletcher Peak from a vantage point near Vogelsang Pass, looking north. Stock Photography of Mountain Pass.
Image ID: 23216  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Panoramic view from Vogelsang Pass (10685') in Yosemite's high country, looking south. Visible on the left are Parson's Peak (12147'), Gallison Lake and Bernice Lake in the Cathedral Range, the Clark Range is in the distant middle, while Vogelsang Peak (11516') rises to the right, Yosemite National Park, California
Panoramic view from Vogelsang Pass (10685') in Yosemite's high country, looking south. Visible on the left are Parson's Peak (12147'), Gallison Lake and Bernice Lake in the Cathedral Range, the Clark Range is in the distant middle, while Vogelsang Peak (11516') rises to the right. Photograph of Mountain Pass.
Image ID: 23222  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 2976 x 16765
 
Panorama of Vogelsang Lake (10325'), a beautiful alpine lake in Yosemite's High Sierra.  Right is Vogelsang Peak (11516'), left is Vogelsang Pass, Yosemite National Park, California
Panorama of Vogelsang Lake (10325'), a beautiful alpine lake in Yosemite's High Sierra. Right is Vogelsang Peak (11516'), left is Vogelsang Pass. Mountain Pass Photos.
Image ID: 23230  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 2941 x 19152
 
Panorama of Vogelsang basin, surrounding Vogelsang Lake in Yosemite's High Sierra, viewed from near Vogelsang Pass.  Left is Vogelsang Peak (11516'), Choo-choo Ridge is in the distant middle, and the western flank of Fletcher Peak is to the right, Yosemite National Park, California
Panorama of Vogelsang basin, surrounding Vogelsang Lake in Yosemite's High Sierra, viewed from near Vogelsang Pass. Left is Vogelsang Peak (11516'), Choo-choo Ridge is in the distant middle, and the western flank of Fletcher Peak is to the right. Mountain Pass Image.
Image ID: 23231  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Pano dimensions: 5075 x 16023
 
Parson's Peak and Gallison Lake, part of the Cathedral Range of glacier-sculpted granite mountains, viewed from Vogelsang Pass in Yosemite's High Sierra, Yosemite National Park, California Glacial erratic boulders atop Olmsted Point. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form.  When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location, Yosemite National Park, California Glacial erratic boulders atop Olmsted Point. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form.  When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location, Yosemite National Park, California
Parson's Peak and Gallison Lake, part of the Cathedral Range of glacier-sculpted granite mountains, viewed from Vogelsang Pass in Yosemite's High Sierra. Professional stock photos of Mountain Pass.
Image ID: 23244  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Glacial erratic boulders atop Olmsted Point. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form. When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location. Pictures of Mountain Pass.
Image ID: 23265  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Glacial erratic boulders atop Olmsted Point. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form. When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location. Mountain Pass Photo.
Image ID: 23279  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Glacial erratic boulder atop Olmsted Point, with the massive granite monoliths Half Dome and Clouds Rest in the background. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form.  When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location, Yosemite National Park, 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
Glacial erratic boulder atop Olmsted Point, with the massive granite monoliths Half Dome and Clouds Rest in the background. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form. When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location. Mountain Pass Picture.
Image ID: 23280  
Location: Yosemite National Park, 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. Stock Photography of Mountain Pass.
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. Photograph of Mountain Pass.
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, 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. Mountain Pass Photos.
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. Mountain Pass Image.
Image ID: 23284  
Location: Devils Postpile National Monument, California, USA
 


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