Thursday, March 4, 2010

One Minute Ten Things

A dam that deflates.
A lake that becomes a river.
A waterfall over the deflated dam.
The sound of falling water.
A light rail train crossing the river.
A flour mill that may become a hotel.
A performing arts center.
The sound of a jet flying overhead.
Plants hanging on for dear life in the deluge.
A guy on a bike taking a video.

Get up. Go ride.


  1. How often does that happen?
    And at the risk of sounding(okay, not only sounding) stupid, why?

  2. Not that often. Some years not at all. Tempe Town Lake is in a riverbed that is dry most of the time, the Salt River. But during a wet winter or spring, they deflate it to let the water that is released upstream flow through. Then the lake becomes a river again.


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