Beach Rock

Playing with the iPhone apps – Prisma and Snapseed.

Elephant Butte Lake State Park, New Mexico, USA.

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6 Responses to Beach Rock

  1. Timothy Price says:

    Excellent photo. The water is still low. Do you remember when water went of the spillway for the first time in the late 1980s? It was very exciting to see. We were able to drive over the dam and walk on it back then.

    • They have been letting water out for irrigation, but soon will stop. I wasn’t here to see water go over the spillway, but folks talk about it often. It would take an amazing amount of water to fill the lake again. Cool that you got to see it.

      • Timothy Price says:

        The ’80s were abnormally wet years. All the lakes were full and flooding by the end of the decade. If we have normal rains and run off for the next 20 years, that might be enough to half fill Elephant Butte.

  2. Fles says:

    How did you get the whole photo in black and white but the canopy in light blue?

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