Healthy Living for People and Planet Earth
by Will updated 2011/10/19
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I love the grooves of the shore and the reflection on the water – beautiful!
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The grooves are the result of lowering water levels over the summer. I am not sure why it appears like that. You would think the water level would drop gradually, leaving no marks. The lake will fill up quickly next spring when the winter snows melt.
What Angelia said!
I’d love to spend some time there!
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This reminds me so much of the lake in my home town. Lake Oroville. Beautiful picture.
Very cool, Will did you make this. I lived in a tipis a couple of summers as a young adult, what fun.
No – I came across it while hiking around the lake. It was actually kind of small. Probably only room for one or two people, curled up.
What a lovely picture! The grooves on the sand looks amazing.
I wonder what specific camera you used. It was a really nice shot, by the way!
Hey Will your lake looks much better than ours here in Ontario.
Wow for the landscaping. Amazing.
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Gotta love that dead compound water. But seriously, the photo is brilliant.
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Very nice shot. The grooved shore is very interesting, and the tipi frame makes it quite a unique capture.
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I agree with the grooves too. Really adds that extra interest to the photo. What a lovely peaceful looking spot.
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Such a beautiful place. I’d love to sleep in such a nice place for at least one night! I guess you are on top of moon that time.:)
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