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Photographer Documents Drought in the West

Justin Sullivan set out to capture the severity of the drought in the West by documenting the water level creeping lower in lakes and reservoirs in California, Utah and Arizona.

Facing downstream from Dolan Falls on the Devils River. The river is fed by freshwater springs that flow from the limeston...

Photographer Justin Sullivan set out to capture the severity of the drought in the West by documenting the water level creeping lower in lakes and reservoirs in California, Utah and Arizona. With Lake Powell at less than 50 percent of capacity and California's snowpack at its lowest level on record, the scenes he recorded show a West that is drying up. (The Atlantic)

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