Storage Reservoir

This is a manmade lake in the Wenatchee National Forest that I have passed by every summer of my life on my way to Northern Idaho where my family would go for vacation. All I know about it is that it holds water until the dry side of the state of Washington needs to be irrigated, and then they slowly drain it out until these waterlogged stumps are uncovered, only to be covered again in spring when the snowpack melts.

Photo by:
Cooper Blade
Washington, USA
September 2014
Posted by:
Torben Voß
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