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Badwater is a basin in California's Death Valley, noted as the lowest point in North America, with an elevation of 282 feet (85.5 m) below sea level. The site itself consists of a small spring-fed pool of water next to the road; however, the accumulated salts of the surrounding basin make it undrinkable, thus the name "Badwater". The pool does have animal and plant life, including pickleweed, aquatic insects, and the Badwater snail.

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Sandi Whitteker23-Jun-2008 19:22
You got a beautiful reflection Bill. Good moment at Badwater.
Didier Vanderperre22-Jun-2008 00:16
Gorgeous V !
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