Hoover Sunrise

Lake Mead National Recreation Area

Sunrise crests ridges of the Mohave over the Hoover Dam one July morning. Lake Mead, now at 27% of capacity is the storage facility for the Lower Colorado River Basin and Mexico's allocation of the Colorado River. The white bathtub ring behind the dam tells much of the story - 23 years of mega drought, steady snowpack decline in the Rockies and a growing gap between water in the system and water consumed.
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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