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Desert Snow Storm
Photo By Suzi Schoonover

  • Title: Desert Snow Storm
  • State/Province/Region: Nevada
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
  • Nearest Town: Hadley
  • Brief Directions: From Tonopah, head east for five miles. Turn north onto Highway 376. Travel about 40 miles more. You will be in the Big Smokey Valley, where this shot was taken.
  • Notes: This is a very isolated area. If you love solitude and the company of desert nature, you will love this location.
  • GPS Longitude: 117
  • GPS Latitude: 39
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Description: This is a very large snow cloud, extending several miles into the atmosphere. The mountains at its base are dwarfed by its tremendous size. Where the cloud touches ground, the snowstorm rages.
  • Gear: Canon Rebel XSi with Canon Zoom 70-300 IS USM
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Keywords:  DesertsLandscapesSeasons
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