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Sunrise above the Hoover Dam

Sunrise at the Hoover Dam captures the colors and the effect of water mismanagement. In the last seven years, Lake Mead’s and the Colorado River dwindling water levels have accelerated.
The lake is now just barely more than 1,080 feet above sea level, slightly below its previous record low set in November 2010.
Lake Mead hasn’t been officially full—1,221 feet above sea level—since 1983.

Fuji x-t1
ISO 200
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