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Water is the great leveler. The water etches the marble on the shoreline leaving an indelible record of the comings and going of precipitation and the seasons. This huge slope of marble on the southern shore of Singleton Lake has recorded the extremes in water levels since the time of the retreating glaciers. The etchings are not time stamped unfortunately so we do not really know exactly when these extremes occurred and reoccurred. The Cataraqui Conservation Authority really drained the lake down in preparation for the spring run-off of 2015. They did not wish to repeat the flooding of 2014 and are trying their best to keep everyone happy - an impossible task.
I love this type of early morning sky with tufts of stratus fractus still hanging on inspite of the sun attempting to burn it away.
September 14th, 2015
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