Tree stumps, boulders and rocks normally covered by Folsom Lake lay exposed by two years of drought. Being able to see the front of Folsom dam in the distance gave an eerie feeling to the landscape.
Tree stumps, boulders and rocks normally covered by Folsom Lake lay exposed by two years of drought. Being able to see the front of Folsom dam in the distance gave an eerie feeling to the landscape. Gary Reed greed@sacbee.com
Tree stumps, boulders and rocks normally covered by Folsom Lake lay exposed by two years of drought. Being able to see the front of Folsom dam in the distance gave an eerie feeling to the landscape. Gary Reed greed@sacbee.com

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