Thursday, April 14, 2016

Laguna Lake is Full Again

Glad to See the Water Back

When I visited Laguna Lake in San Luis Obispo in 2015, it was during the worst part of the drought and the lake was dry. When we went to a medical appointment in that city last week, we had a few extra minutes and I wanted to take a quick walk to see what difference the recent rains had made. They had made a lot of difference. Laguna Lake is full again. Water birds are returning.

Laguna Lake is Full Again
Water Birds Are Returning to Laguna Lake,
© B. Radisavljevic

The Contrast between the Dry and Full Lake

Just to show you the difference less than a year and lots of rain can make, I will show you this contrast between the worst of the drought in 2015 and after this spring's rains. The top photo in the image below is dry boat ramp going into the lake. I was standing in a different place when I took a picture of the same ramp this year in April, 2016. Now the grasses and weeds from the dry lake bed are covered with water once again.
Laguna Lake is Full Again
Contrasting Photos of Laguna Lake Boat Ramp During Drought and After the Rain,  © B. Radisavljevic

I love seeing the lake look like its lovely self again. Here are a couple more photos that show how beautiful it is in spring. 

Laguna Lake is Full Again
Laguna Lake, April  7, 2016,  © B. Radisavljevic

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Laguna Lake is Full Again
Laguna Lake, April  7, 2016,  © B. Radisavljevic

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This is my twelfth post for the 2016 AtoZchallenge, a Blogging Challenge for the month of April, 2016. My theme is Things You Can See or Experience in North San Luis Obispo County. Here are links to the other posts if you missed them.

A is for Acorn
B is for Barney Schwartz Park
C is for Cattle in Wine Country
D is for Dark Star Cellars
E is for Electric Wires
F is for Family Farms
G is for Graveyard Vineyards
H is for Horses
Insects in My Neighborhood in April
J's Burgers in Paso Robles: A Review
Kosta is God's Gift to Me from Across the Ocean

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