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Nevada Wild horses from southern Palomino Valley.
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What is so funny? Nevada Wild Horses laughing at the photographer.
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Pyramid Lake Nevada was named after this pyramid shaped rock island.
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Local high desert lake Rainbow after the storm has passed from Northern Nevada
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Pyramid Lake Nevava is the longest high desert lake in the state. It is only 350 feet deep and offers the best Cut-Throat trout fishing in the world.
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Pinion Jays are abundant in the Palomino Valley area.
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Confused Sunset in Palomino Valley Nevada
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Nevada Winter Morning
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Snow Glow Sunrise
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North Palomino Valley Nevada
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From the Winnemucca Ranch complex north west of Tule Peak Nevada
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The House Finch is always a challenge to capture.
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The annual Great Reno Balloon Race is always a crowd pleasure.
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From the colorful inside of the Burrus Mine in the Pyramid mining district.
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My favorite place for quality sundowns, Pyramid Lake Nevada. A bit of wilderness.
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The Donner Pass pond at the rest stop on I80.
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A vintage cabin from the Bloomfield ghost town on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada.
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