Santa Rosa Creek Along Occidental Road Slowly Returning to Its Banks After Heavy Rains. Santa Rosa, CA, U.S.A. January 13, 2017
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Category: Landscape, Photography, Uncategorized Tagged: California, fence, flood, high water, Laguna de Santa Rosa, oak tree, Occidental Road, organic, panoramic, Santa Rosa, Santa Rosa Creek, Sonoma County, Water
Glub, glub… 😛
Yah, more coming up for air – fortunately.
It was a mess for days but when the sun came out people felt better.
I understand, but even was flooded, you have a nice picture..
Ester, thank you.
That’s a lot of water, is that good or bad for the land?
It is. Since California has been in a long term drought the water is good. Now less than 34% of the state is in drought. It still will take more of the storms that we had to replenish the ground water. It’s a good start.
Fortunately, only a few people were flooded out of their homes and businesses.
Thanks for asking.
Sad to here that people were affected…..but your photography is stunning…..blue and orange, complementary and with a lovely clarity. Love the square on angle and format.
John, thank you. This was a day or two after the rains had ended. The water was now lower to see the markers going out along the submerged road. This was pano of 4 or 5 shots. To get above the large fence, not shown, I used a folding stool that I keep in my trunk or is that boot. That stool often comes in handy.
Great shot. Looks like a lot of what I’ve been seeing lately. Today I drove over the causeway between Sacramento and Davis. It looked like a huge lake. If I could only stop and get out my camera!
Thank you Anne. I too saw it on Sunday around 3:30 and it looked like a vast ocean.
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