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Image Caption: STS062-083-060 Tims Ford Lake, Tennessee, U.S.A. March 1994
U-shaped, light sediment-laden Tims Ford Lake (right center) lies east of Fayetteville in the vegetated, rolling hills and broad cultivated valleys that characterize south-central Tennessee. In dramatic contrast are the dark, vegetated mountains of the larger northeast-southwest-trending Cumberland Plateau. Discernible are northern Huntsville, Alabama (upper left corner), and U. S. Highway 231/431 (top of photograph) that connects Huntsville and Fayetteville.