Water for Texas

by Angela Anderson May. 16, 2016 1339 views

You know your a Texan when you are so used to no rain, hot, dry, humid, stricken state and then BAM suddenly it's flooding everywhere but yet your thankful the rain came to fill the lakes back up.

My heart warms up now when I drive by the lakes, it was so sad to see them in a dying condition. The first photo is the White rock lake dam running back in action. It had water running in it but not waterfalls :).

I'm so glad that you cannot see the dead tree tops in these lakes anymore and that the lakes are back to life.

We have had so much rain, even though it has brought a lot of damage don't take water for granted. It's not always going to be around.

White rock lake, Texas

Lake Ray Hubbard, Tx

Lake ray hubbard, Tx

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Ros Mercury 4 years, 8 months ago

Great serie and no.2 is fav. I adore the richness of the colors along with the darker shadows.

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Jay Boggess 4 years, 8 months ago

Wow! Great shots! Love the contrast in the last two!

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Chris Cann 4 years, 8 months ago

The waterfalls look amazing, lots of photo opportunities there. The second is my favourite gorgeous colours and the lights reflecting on the water and the dead tree looks just like a standing stone. The third looks a little sad, all dried out just begging for more rain. Talking of the damage water can Do in the middle of December in rained and rained as though it was never going to stop. It washed away the main road from Ulverston to Barrow, well it's now been reopened only took them five months. So we know the power of water. Hope you have a good (safe) time in your new found flooding.

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