The Canyon Transformed: Again, June 24, 2014

Rain storm in the desert

Rain storm in the desert

Yet more rain fell near Langtry, Texas, yesterday, transforming Eagle Nest Canyon again. This time only about one-third of an inch created a flash flood that roared down the canyon as the crew worked in Eagle Cave. Please click on the link to see photos of this remarkable transformation.  Note that the big willows and other trees are completely gone.

The Canyon Transformed.

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7 thoughts on “The Canyon Transformed: Again, June 24, 2014

  1. what a dramatic experience – as though the subject of their studies was on fast forward, at least concerning the environment. thanks for sending this out.

    Mf

  2. Mary that is a stunning picture of an approaching West Texas Storm. Did you take?

    Donna

    Sent from my iPad

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  3. Thanks, Mary. That is a great blog. Fascinating.

    Iain Davidson, IDHA Partners Mailing address: 10 Cluny Rd, Armidale, NSW 2350, Australia Mobile/cell phone AUS +61 402 106 853

    Emeritus Professor, University of New England http://une-au.academia.edu/IainDavidson Last upload 30 Aprilhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsPeer6622g http://www.flickr.com/photos/23766603@N07/ Last upload 23 June 2014

    Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2014 16:16:19 +0000 To: iain.davidson@live.com.au

  4. U are a real treasure to keep us posted on remarkable transformation going on in the canyon. I love every rock ,blade of grass and drop of water. Thank u for all the updates and pictures Be careful and keep the news coming. Alice Mondshine

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