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1348-3068 - Color satellite image of San Francisco to Los Angeles, California, United States. The Sierra Nevada runs north to south parallel to the coast. It is home to three national parks, i.e. Yosemite, Sequoia, and Kings Canyon National Parks. Image collected on May 1, 2017 by Sentinel-2 satellites.
857-95087 - Man diving into La Salle Lake while hiking on a two-week trek of the Sierra High Route in the John Muir Wilderness in California. The 200-mile route roughly parallels the popular John Muir Trail through the Sierra Nevada Range of California from Kings Canyon National Park to Yosemite National Park.
911-10330 - A pumping station sends water uphill over the mountains on the California aquaduct that brings water from snowmelt in the Sierra Nevada mountains to farmland in the Central Valley. Following a four year long catastrophic drought, irrigation water is in short supply, with $2 billion annually wiped off the agricultre sector.
911-10332 - A pumping station sends water uphill over the mountains on the California aquaduct that brings water from snowmelt in the Sierra Nevada mountains to farmland in the Central Valley. Following a four year long catastrophic drought, irrigation water is in short supply, with $2 billion annually wiped off the agricultre sector.
911-10331 - The California aquaduct that brings water from snowmelt in the Sierra Nevada mountains to famrland in the Central Valley. Following a four year long catastrophic drought, irrigation water is in short supply, with $2 billion annually wiped off the agricultre sector.
911-10334 - The California aquaduct that brings water from snowmelt in the Sierra Nevada mountains to farmland in the Central Valley. Following a four year long catastrophic drought, irrigation water is in short supply, with $2 billion annually wiped off the agricultre sector.
832-367016 - Moorish Alhambra Palace under floodlights at twilight, illuminated at dusk, Sierra Nevada at back, viewed from the Mirador San Nicolas in the El Albayzin or Albaicin quarter of Granada, Andalusia, Spain
832-48164 - Parachute Tufa, dawn, sunrise, tufa rock formations, South Tufa Area, Mono Lake, a saline lake, Mono Basin and Range region, Sierra Nevada, California, United States of America, USA
832-48161 - Spectacular sunset, tufa rock formations, South Tufa Area, Mono Lake, a saline lake, Mono Basin and Range region, Sierra Nevada, California, United States of America, USA
832-48184 - Parachute Tufa, dawn, sunrise, tufa rocks, tufa formations, South Tufa Area, Mono Lake, saline lake, Mono Basin and Range Region, Sierra Nevada, California, United States of America, USA
832-48191 - Parachute Tufa with osprey (Pandion haliaetus) on the nest, dusk, tufa rocks, tufa formations, South Tufa Area, Mono Lake, saline lake, Mono Basin and Range Region, Sierra Nevada, California, United States of America, USA
832-48171 - Dawn, sunrise, tufa rock formations, South Tufa Area, Mono Lake, a saline lake, Mono Basin and Range region, Sierra Nevada, California, United States of America, USA
857-63904 - Kevin Jorgeson climbing "Fantasia" at Lover's Leap, a popular granite climbing destination near Lake Tahoe in California's Sierra Nevada mountains. The cliff is known for its distinct horizontal quartz dikes which make interesting climbing. This route is considered a risky mental test piece because of its lack of good cracks for protection. It was first climbed in 1973 by Royal Robbins and Ken Wilson.