Finally some rain and snow in the mountains!
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That dry lake looks a bit scary - water better signifies life, and I am happy that the dry bottom is full of the liquid of life. I hope you get lots more snow and rain to quench the California thirst of drought!ReplyDelete
Very beautiful! Exquisite pictures! Happy Valentine's Day !!ReplyDelete
The mountain looks so lovely with and without snow. Love the touch of water there too.ReplyDelete
Love the shots.ReplyDelete
Folks in Boston are looking for somewhere to dump their accumulated snow...maybe they could send it to you?ReplyDelete
Hooray for the rain!!ReplyDelete
Glad you got some much needed rain ~ Great shots ~ReplyDelete
Happy Weekend to you,
artmusedog and carol
Beautiful! Glad you've gotten some rain though. Water is vital!ReplyDelete
Glad you got the needed rain. The mountain shot sure is pretty.ReplyDelete
Glad you got some moisture. We could use some more here in the mid-west too. But we have had some lovely weather recently and have been enjoying it. Today was a nice day and we enjoyed Valentine's Day...I hope you did too!ReplyDelete
The scenery is beautiful after the rain.ReplyDelete
wow, what a difference!ReplyDelete
That's a dramatic change in landscape!ReplyDelete
Dislodging Desert Shadows
Rain makes all the difference, and so many parts of the West are hurting for it.ReplyDelete
I can't help but wonder what the time span is between the before and after. Pretty dramatic difference, though.ReplyDelete
same place, two worlds. Interesting!ReplyDelete
enjoy the rain; have a good SayurdayReplyDelete