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Shop Fronts2084 views204D-21-02a
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William Jessup University-contact Placer-Lake Tahoe Film Office2084 viewsA Frank Gehry designed complex, originally built as a distribution center for Herman Miller; now a private university. The architecture for both the original complex and retrofit of the university received international recognition. The high tech design employs metal panels riveted together. Built on a black rock pad about the size of a football field the retrofit includes bright colored dorm buildings 'inside' the largest building, now a roofless grid between structures. Lighting and indoor outdoor halls.
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Commons Beach Walkway Winter Snow2078 viewsCommons Beach Walkway Winter Snow
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View Down Taylor Road2075 views
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Creek Crossing2075 views1408-21-02a
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Crossing2068 views1408-21-02a
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Jan's Farm2067 viewsPano Of the Farm and House
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Old Gas Station & Auto Repair 2058 views
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Squaw Creek Village2058 views204D-21-02a
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William Jessup University-contact Placer-Lake Tahoe Film Office2054 viewsA Frank Gehry designed complex, originally built as a distribution center for Herman Miller; now a private university. The architecture for both the original complex and retrofit of the university received international recognition. The high tech design employs metal panels riveted together. Built on a black rock pad about the size of a football field the retrofit includes bright colored dorm buildings 'inside' the largest building, now a roofless grid between structures. Lighting and indoor outdoor halls.
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Work Area2043 views602-03-01b
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Dino Statue2035 views
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Jan's Farm2035 viewsDirt Road Farm Land - Dirt Road
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Blackwood Canyon2022 views
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Crosswalk Of Neighborhood Street2013 views
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2011 views
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Blackwood Canyon2009 views
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2009 views
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2004 views
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Skylandia Park2002 views
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Neighborhood Street1994 views
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1991 views
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1989 views
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1988 views
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Lake Forest Glen1986 views
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Skylandia Park1984 views
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1964 views
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Corner Of Neighborhood Street1963 views
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Harrvego Bear River Preserve 1962 viewshttps://www.placerlandtrust.org/project/harvego-bear-river-preserve/
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1962 views
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1959 views
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Skylandia Park1958 views
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William Jessup University-contact Placer-Lake Tahoe Film Office1956 viewsA Frank Gehry designed complex, originally built as a distribution center for Herman Miller; now a private university. The architecture for both the original complex and retrofit of the university received international recognition. The high tech design employs metal panels riveted together. Built on a black rock pad about the size of a football field the retrofit includes bright colored dorm buildings 'inside' the largest building, now a roofless grid between structures. Lighting and indoor outdoor halls.
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Skylandia Park1954 views
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Neighborhood Street1936 views
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William Jessup University-contact Placer-Lake Tahoe Film Office1928 viewsA Frank Gehry designed complex, originally built as a distribution center for Herman Miller; now a private university. The architecture for both the original complex and retrofit of the university received international recognition. The high tech design employs metal panels riveted together. Built on a black rock pad about the size of a football field the retrofit includes bright colored dorm buildings 'inside' the largest building, now a roofless grid between structures. Lighting and indoor outdoor halls.
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