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    Lichens on rock wall of Red Rock Canyon State Park. Before the mid-1800s, Plains Indians used the canyon as a winter camp because wild game and water were plentiful and its walls provided some protection from the wind. The canyon became a landmark on the California Road during the 1849 gold rush.
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    Date Taken: Sep 22, 2011
    Date Uploaded: Sep 24, 2011
    Location: Hinton, Oklahoma, United States
    Camera: Canon PowerShot A1000 IS
    Focal Length: 20.18 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/400 sec
    Aperture: f/5
    ISO: 80
    Copyright: © Glenda Gay Alexander
    Categories: Nature, Places