Cracked Lake

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    Lake Ray Hubbard after a drought.
    Rowlett, Texas. Actually this is the City of Dallas while you are at the lake. Even the bridges have signs that say entering Dallas, leaving Dallas, only while you are above water, this is one of the lakes where Dallas gets its drinking water. When first built, it was called Ray Hubbard Reservoir.

    ViaMoi, Maggie Boyd, lucky e, and 55 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. adsanter 62 months ago | reply

      Just great!
      Congrats, this image deserves an Award!


      Seen in the group: Well, once upon a time..
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    2. romerodiego 62 months ago | reply

      Magical

      Congrats, this image deserves an Award!


      Seen in the group: Well, once upon a time..
      Post 1 – Award 1

    3. Paan Senyum 62 months ago | reply

      whoaaa...darn..dazzling result!

    4. whidbychick 62 months ago | reply

      this is an incredible image

    5. lucky e 62 months ago | reply

      Congrats, Terry. This shot was chosen Pic of the Week #134 in the DFW Metro group. Please nominate three from the pool for our next contest.

    6. Soleil is me. 61 months ago | reply

      Congratulation, An interesting image; the Splendid composition worked:)
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    7. Katie-Rose 61 months ago | reply

      Your photo is invited to

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      You have made the Dancing Gull HAPPY!
      Please tag your photo with FBDG

    8. Mirror Muse 61 months ago | reply

      Great Picture :) makes me miss home...

      How long ago did you take this pic? it's been a while since the lake was that low, hasn't it?

    9. 50%ChanceofRain 61 months ago | reply

      cool colors and treatment!

    10. herrera_lila 56 months ago | reply

      Hi There,
      We really liked your photo and have used it on our site www.gestor-energetico.com,

      The site is in Spanish but deals with all renewable energy issues. The article is about desrtification of Spain.

      I hope we have accredited you in the correct way and thanks again for the great shot.

      Please contact me if needed on lila@gestor-energetico.com

      Thanks again,

      Lila

    11. earthceleste 52 months ago | reply

      I love this pic so much it is the background on my phone. It is great!

    12. crowt59 52 months ago | reply

      Oh cool, earthceleste!

    13. ~*Patti*~ 37 months ago | reply

      stunning shot
      seen blogged HERE

    14. homesteadbound 32 months ago | reply

      I used this photo in an article I wrote:
      homesteadbound.hubpages.com/hub/Drought-Man
      Thanks for a great picture!

    15. MrDAT 31 months ago | reply

      D200 + 10.5mm or N6006?

    16. crowt59 31 months ago | reply

      MrDAT this was a D200 and the Nikon 10.5 lens.

    17. MrDAT 31 months ago | reply

      Oh, I ask because the EXIF data says D200, but your tags say N6006 and your other photos are in the Film group.

    18. crowt59 31 months ago | reply

      Thanks Mr. DAT. I removed the 8008s tag and the film tag. I verified that it was with the D200.

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