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Zion National Park. Utah, USA. The North Fork of the Virgin river begins north of Zion at Cascade Falls which comes out of a cave near Navajo Lake (elevation 9,000 feet).  The East Fork of the Virgin River originates above Long Valley. Both the North and East Forks of the Virgin River run through the park and empty into Lake Mead and then into the Colorado River, which empties into the Gulf of California.  In this Virgin River autumn scene, maple and cottonwood trees line the banks of this ribbon of life while blue-leaf asters (Aster glaucodes) grace the riverbank.
http://www.nps.gov/grca/photosmultimedia/colter_wt_photos.htm The Watch Tower, Grand Canyon National Park Designed by Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter
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massive colony of large pumpkin colored fungi
Cathedral Mountain - From the Lower Emerald Pools Trail. Zion National Park, Utah.
Lake Yellowstone Dusk, Yellowstone NP, WY    I stood out on a rock in Lake Yellowstone to get some sunset pics.
Lone Tree Farm in Autum  0386
Below the Middle Pools Falls - On the Emerald Pools Trail, Zion National Park, Utah.
Along the Upper Emerald Pool Trail. Zion National Park, Utah.
Manju under Budha's ray of light!!!
Everywhere along the shaded Emerald Pools Trail the ivy engages Utah Juniper - the glow of sunlight filtering through each delicate leaf..
Zion National Park. Utah, USA. The North Fork of the Virgin river begins north of Zion at Cascade Falls which comes out of a cave near Navajo Lake (elevation 9,000 feet).

The East Fork of the Virgin River originates above Long Valley. Both the North and East Forks of the Virgin River run through the park and empty into Lake Mead and then into the Colorado River, which empties into the Gulf of California.

In this Virgin River autumn scene, maple and cottonwood trees line the banks of this ribbon of life while blue-leaf asters (Aster glaucodes) grace the riverbank.

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Zion National Park. Utah, USA. The North Fork of the Virgin river begins north of Zion at Cascade Falls which comes out of a cave near Navajo Lake (elevation 9,000 feet).  The East Fork of the Virgin River originates above Long Valley. Both the North and East Forks of the Virgin River run through the park and empty into Lake Mead and then into the Colorado River, which empties into the Gulf of California.  In this Virgin River autumn scene, maple and cottonwood trees line the banks of this ribbon of life while blue-leaf asters (Aster glaucodes) grace the riverbank.
Zion National Park. Utah, USA. The North Fork of the Virgin river begins north of Zion at Cascade Falls which comes out of a cave near Navajo Lake (elevation 9,000 feet).

The East Fork of the Virgin River originates above Long Valley. Both the North and East Forks of the Virgin River run through the park and empty into Lake Mead and then into the Colorado River, which empties into the Gulf of California.

In this Virgin River autumn scene, maple and cottonwood trees line the banks of this ribbon of life while blue-leaf asters (Aster glaucodes) grace the riverbank.

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