Thursday, February 27, 2014

CALIFORNIA LAKES ... BEFORE AND AFTER PICTURES

Things are not looking good in California ...

Folsom Lake, just north of Sacramento, California (#13 on map below).

Lake Don Pedro ... drought reveals a previously submerged mine at Don Pedro reservoir (#10 on map).
Lake Shasta before and after the drought (#24 on map below) ...

For those of you unfamiliar with California (it is a big state) here's a map listing the bigger lakes of northern California ...


- Mark

UPDATE, III: Here's a FB video clip illustrating the same drought events ...

UPDATE, II: Two more pictures, via NBC News ...

The Enterprise Bridge over Oroville Lake, July 2011 (#21 on the map).

The Enterprise Bridge over Oroville Lake in 2014.

UPDATE: I removed an earlier reference to "Lompico Lake" in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The picture was supposed be of "Loch Lomond" (same region, similar drought conditions). Kudos to the reader who saw the mixed - and incorrect - reference. 

6 comments:

  1. Wow, I didn't realize it had was that bad.

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  2. this is so sad. mother earth is dying.

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  3. wow i didn't know it was this bad..i wonder when its going to end

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  4. We populated a desert area. Now we are suffering the consequences. Mother Earth is dying - mother earth is laughing and enjoying the spectacle.

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  5. Its Mother Russia

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  6. is it possible water is being transferred to underground caves for NWO survivor elite?

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