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 I walk back down to Cottonwood Spring to filter some water Cottonwood Spring is aptly named since this cottonwood tree lives hereThumbnailsThe water that drips out from under the tree roots at Cottonwood Spring flows over this rock as a clear shiny filmCottonwood Spring is aptly named since this cottonwood tree lives hereThumbnailsThe water that drips out from under the tree roots at Cottonwood Spring flows over this rock as a clear shiny filmCottonwood Spring is aptly named since this cottonwood tree lives hereThumbnailsThe water that drips out from under the tree roots at Cottonwood Spring flows over this rock as a clear shiny filmCottonwood Spring is aptly named since this cottonwood tree lives hereThumbnailsThe water that drips out from under the tree roots at Cottonwood Spring flows over this rock as a clear shiny filmCottonwood Spring is aptly named since this cottonwood tree lives hereThumbnailsThe water that drips out from under the tree roots at Cottonwood Spring flows over this rock as a clear shiny film

It looks like the wilderness camera is going to get some choice shots of me and my water filter instead of a deer or a mountain lion.

At the Mojave National Preserve Visitor Centre at Kelso Depot is an album of photos that were captured by cameras like this, so maybe I'll find my photo there one day.