Saturday, April 11, 2009

Lake Ella Flooding

 
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I took this picture of Lake Ella last weekend after we had 13 inches of rainfall in two days.

15 comments:

Jacob said...

What a beautiful lake! And it looks like your rain blessings are overflowing!

Darla said...

Oh no! Not again....remember last hurrican season?

Cezar and Léia said...

After all, you took a excellent picture! It is very beautiful!

Dear Lois...You are so kind!Many thanks for your friendship.Happy Easter!
Léia and little Luna

~Cheryl said...

It is a pretty picture, but I do feel sorry that the trees' feet are getting so wet!

hadv said...

Nice view! :-)

Karen said...

Rain! Send some down to Kissimmee.. seems like it's either feast or famine..or is it flood or drought.. we need it desperately.. those big old clouds just keep passing us by and leaving just a few drops.

MaCoBra said...

The picture is nice, but I guess the experience is less. At least it did not really flood too much.

Happy Easter holiday by the way!

Marcel

magiceye said...

gorgeous image. lovely composition

JM said...

So that's why trees are in the water! And I was thinking to myself how cool this was... before reading!

Paul said...

Wow Lois, that is a lot of rain.
Hope you have a happy Easter.
Paul
Leeds Photo Daily

Rambling Round said...

13 inches is hurricane proportions! At least we aren't in a drought.

B Squared said...

We are still dry and have had sporadic brush fires. Best wishes for a wonderful holiday.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

wow, that is a flood of rain. quite pretty though. I am glad you enjoyed the bee and the cactus on my site. I agree it is certainly a strange looking cactus. I will have more Chihuly and cactus coming up and a tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West over the next few weeks.

Hilda said...

Better than drought, I think. As long as it's regular rain and not typhoons, hurricanes, and such!

Lovely photo, Lois, especially with the reflections.

the buddhess said...

wow, that is a lot of water. Hope all is back to normal on this lake now.