Surprise Valley

Coming into Surprise Valley. Red (castleated) rock formation in the distance. (1927)
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Navajo Mountain from Surprise Valley (2005)
Photographed by D.P. Oldershaw (U.S.G.S.)
Stake# 4779
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Rock formations in Surprise Valley. (1927)
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Nasja Creek, Surprise Valley (1927)
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Surprise Valley (2005)
Photographed by D.P. Oldershaw (U.S.G.S.)
Stake# 4781
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Navajo Mountain from Surprise Valley (2005)
Photographed by D.P. Oldershaw (U.S.G.S.)
Stake# 4782b
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Surprise Valley (1927)
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Nasja [Owl] Creek. Not-si-san [Navajo Mountain] in the distance. (2005)
Photographed by D.P. Oldershaw (U.S.G.S.)
Stake# 4785
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Nasja [Owl] Creek. Not-si-san [Navajo Mountain] in the distance. (2005)
Photographed by D.P. Oldershaw (U.S.G.S.)
Stake# 4784
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A bit of Surprise Valley from the dwelling (1927)
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The ancients were quite desirous of building their dwellings under the protection of such massive walls (1927)
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Lauri on top of Nasja Bridge in a side canyon of Surprise Valley (1927)
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We lead our animals out of Surprise Valley. (1927)
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Blacky misjudges his footing (1927)
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We turn back for a last look at Surprise Valley (1927)
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From cliff granary overlooking Nasja Creek (2005)
Photographed by D.P. Oldershaw (U.S.G.S.)
Stake# 4795
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