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Horton creek (and mini falls) below the Mogollon Rim in Arizona. Who said Arizona isn't green?.Horton Spring, The Spring that starts it all (about 6600 feet ASL) coming right out the side of the mountain (technically the Mogollon rim)..A new spring about 50 yards away from the original Horton spring, caused by the near record snow (and rain fall) this year..
Edited by knarfster on 05/19/2010 12:57:21 MDT.
"Who said Arizona isn't green?"you'll need to give it a few weeks, yet...spring in the desertaravaipa creekbright angel creekromero pools
Edited by mikeinfhaz on 05/19/2010 17:47:14 MDT.
Here is the Red River all swollen after 12 hours of rain-
Rough Creek, Great Smokey Mountain National Park
Piute Creek, SierrasSouth Fork Trinity River, Shasta-Trinity NF
Goose Creek, Colorado
Tenkara fishing for brookies, Upper Bonito Creek, White Mountain Wilderness, 6/5-6/6 small pool, Bonito Creek Bonito Creek, White Mountain Wilderness, NM
Edited by Eugeneius on 06/08/2010 07:35:57 MDT.
you don't have to go very far sometimes to find a nice creek - this is 5 mins walking from the library on the Green Bay campus, taken in Fall 1985
This is above Evolution Meadow, below Evolution Lake on the Muir Trail, July 1989
same valley, just higher up on the trail to Evolution Lake in 1989
More Muir Trail creekage - Fin Dome below Rae Lakes in Kings Canyon NP
Lower Paradise Valley 9-13-2009
Fading light shines through; western pennsylvania mountain stream. sigma dp1
Edited by T.L. on 06/15/2010 09:06:15 MDT.
Edited by tacksman99 on 07/13/2010 07:30:59 MDT.
From the Snaefellsjokull glacier in Iceland
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