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San Jacinto Mountain from Summit of San Gorgonio Photos
San Jacinto Mountain from Summit of San Gorgonio
At an elevation of 11,500 feet, granite boulders mark the highest point in Southern California.
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Southern Salton Sea Images
Southern Salton Sea
Snow covered Mount San Jacinto and San Gorgonio in background. San Jacinto on the left Gorgonio on the right.
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Stock photography of California Wind Turbine Power Generation
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
California leads the world in renewable wind turbine electric power generation with over 40% of total installed capacity.
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California Wind Turbine Power Generation Pictures
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
The San Gorgonio Pass outside of Palm Springs California has proven ideal for wind power generaton. The restricted pass formed by the San Jacinto and San Bernardino Moutains funnel coastal winds drawn by the hot desert regions of Indio Coachella and Palm Springs to the east. The largest of these turbines reach over 300 feet in height and can generate over 1000 killowatts of power per hour.
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Stock photos of California Wind Turbine Power Generation
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
Like solar and geothermal wind power is a renewable or green power resource.
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Pictures of Mount San Gorgonio - View From Summit
Mount San Gorgonio - View From Summit
View looking southwest before sunrise with setting moon.
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Stock images of San Gorgonio Mountain - Summit
San Gorgonio Mountain - Summit
View looking west. Summit register in lower left.
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San Gorgonio Mountain - Summit Camp Stock Photography
San Gorgonio Mountain - Summit Camp
Mount San Jacinto in background.
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Joshua Tree National Park Photos
Joshua Tree National Park
Joshua Trees with snow capped San Gorgonio mountain in background.
species: Yucca brevifolia
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Joshua Tree National Park Images
Joshua Tree National Park
Joshua Trees with snow capped San Gorgonio mountain in background.
species: Yucca brevifolia
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Stock photography of Joshua Tree National Park
Joshua Tree National Park
Joshua Trees with snow capped San Gorgonio mountain in background.
species: Yucca brevifolia
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Joshua Tree in Bloom Pictures
Joshua Tree in Bloom
Joshua Trees with snow capped San Gorgonio mountain in background.
species: Yucca brevifolia
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Stock photos of San Jacinto Mountain from Summit of San Gorgonio
San Jacinto Mountain from Summit of San Gorgonio
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Pictures of San Gorgonio Mountain - Summit Camp
San Gorgonio Mountain - Summit Camp
Mount San Jacinto in background.
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Stock images of San Jacinto Mountain from Summit of San Gorgonio
San Jacinto Mountain from Summit of San Gorgonio
At an elevation of 11,500 feet, granite boulders mark the highest point in Southern California.
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San Jacinto Mountain from Summit of San Gorgonio Stock Photography
San Jacinto Mountain from Summit of San Gorgonio
Brass summit marker in lower left, elevation of 11,500 feet.
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San Jacinto Mountain from Summit of San Gorgonio Photos
San Jacinto Mountain from Summit of San Gorgonio
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San Gorgonio Mountain - Summit Sunset Images
San Gorgonio Mountain - Summit Sunset
Rising full moon, Mount San Jacinto in background.
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Stock photography of Lemon Lily
Lemon Lily
Long stemmed perennial, when flowering can grow to five feet tall. Prefers damp marshy areas around creeks and lakes at elevations of four to nine thousand feet. Blooms in July and August. Has become uncommon in California.
species: Lilium parryi
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Lemon Lily Pictures
Lemon Lily
Long stemmed perennial, when flowering can grow to five feet tall. Prefers damp marshy areas around creeks and lakes at elevations of four to nine thousand feet. Blooms in July and August. Has become uncommon in California.
species: Lilium parryi
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Stock photos of Joshua Tree National Park
Joshua Tree National Park
Joshua Trees with snow capped San Gorgonio mountain in background.
species: Yucca brevifolia
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Pictures of Joshua Tree National Park
Joshua Tree National Park
Joshua Trees with snow capped San Gorgonio mountain in background.
species: Yucca brevifolia
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Stock images of California Wind Turbine Power Generation
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
Mount San Jacinto in background.
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California Wind Turbine Power Generation Stock Photography
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
Mount San Jacinto in background.
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California Wind Turbine Power Generation Photos
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
The San Gorgonio Pass outside of Palm Springs California has proven ideal for wind power generaton. The restricted pass formed by the San Jacinto and San Bernardino Moutains funnel coastal winds drawn by the hot desert regions of Indio Coachella and Palm Springs to the east. The largest of these turbines reach over 300 feet in height and can generate over 1000 killowatts of power per hour.
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California Wind Turbine Power Generation Images
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
Like solar and geothermal wind power is a renewable or green power resource.
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Stock photography of California Wind Turbine Power Generation
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
The San Gorgonio Pass outside of Palm Springs California has proven ideal for wind power generaton. The restricted pass formed by the San Jacinto and San Bernardino Moutains funnel coastal winds drawn by the hot desert regions of Indio Coachella and Palm Springs to the east. The largest of these turbines reach over 300 feet in height and can generate over 1000 killowatts of power per hour.
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California Wind Turbine Power Generation Pictures
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
California leads the world in renewable wind turbine electric power generation with over 40% of total installed capacity.
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Stock photos of California Wind Turbine Power Generation
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
Like solar and geothermal wind power is a renewable or green power resource.
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Pictures of California Wind Turbine Power Generation
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
The San Gorgonio Pass outside of Palm Springs California has proven ideal for wind power generaton. The restricted pass formed by the San Jacinto and San Bernardino Moutains funnel coastal winds drawn by the hot desert regions of Indio Coachella and Palm Springs to the east. The largest of these turbines reach over 300 feet in height and can generate over 1000 killowatts of power per hour.
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Stock images of California Wind Turbine Power Generation
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
Like solar and geothermal wind power is a renewable or green power resource.
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California Wind Turbine Power Generation Stock Photography
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
The San Gorgonio Pass outside of Palm Springs California has proven ideal for wind power generaton. The restricted pass formed by the San Jacinto and San Bernardino Moutains funnel coastal winds drawn by the hot desert regions of Indio Coachella and Palm Springs to the east. The largest of these turbines reach over 300 feet in height and can generate over 1000 killowatts of power per hour.
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see also
| American White Pelican | Anza Borrego | Burrowing Owl | California Poppy | Chocolate Lily | Coal Fired Power Plant |
| Fish Die Offs | Geothermal Power | Hoover Dam | Hydroelectric Power | Joshua Tree | Joshua Trees | Mount San Gorgonio |
| Mount San Jacinto | New River | Nuclear Power | Pollution | Salton Sea | San Jacinto | Snow Geese | Solar Power Generation |
| Sunsets Late Light | Water Pollution | Wind Turbine Power Generation |

species represented
Lilium parryi, Yucca brevifolia

keywords
Backpacking, Cactus, Coachella, Conservation, Desert, Deserts, Electric, Energy, Farms, Green, Hiking, Late Light,
Mount, Mount San Gorgonio, Mount San Jacinto, Mountain, Mountains, Powered, Professional California Stock, Renewable,
Sunsets, Trees, Wildflower, Wildflowers, Wind Farm, Windfarm

related blog posts
San Gorgonio Mountain
San Gorgonio Mountain Summit Camp

external links - (Links to external website reference material.)
| California Flora Lemon Lily | National Park Service Joshua Tree | Salton Sea Authority | Wikipedia - San Gorgonio Mountain |

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