Natural landscapes: water for a parched land
KAMLOOPS LAKE, NEAR KAMLOOPS, BRITISH COLUMBIA
This 29-kilometre lake is in the middle of semi-arid desert that receives only about 10 inches of rain annually. But it’s fed by the Thompson River, which enters at the east end and exits at the west end. I loved the fascinating landscape and the contrast between very wet and very dry.
Nikon D90, tripod.
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