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Uploaded by: Tandistar

Tuesday November 20, 2012

Chidester, AR (Current Weather Conditions)


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8. KisMokus
8:21 PM GMT on November 27, 2012
Ick. An interesting and emphatic photojournalistic picture.

That reminds me of my mother in law's complexion.
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7. Tandistar
10:48 PM GMT on November 25, 2012
It is White Oak Lake. I grew up close to the lake, but moved away when I graduated high school. I haven't been there in a while.. so I was surprised when I pulled up there! It feels very strange to walk where I've always seen water.
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6. WigglesMom
2:21 PM GMT on November 25, 2012
It's a manmade lake, so for those interested, there'd be no water there in the first place to have been drained had men not made the lake in the first place. Gripping, very interesting photo, to be sure! Men can and do "create habitat," but since everywhere is habitat for something, it's good to keep in mind that man's efforts often help, not hinder, this world and its inhabitats, be they human, flora or fauna. Thank you for sharing! Julie in Ohio (yes, complete with manmade lakes, manmade drainage ditches now known as grassed waterways, and more!)
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5. CalicoBass
12:25 PM GMT on November 25, 2012
Great capture and so sad but great they could relocate the fish to the other end of the lake. Is this White Oak Lake? I just looked up your area and saw where there is a problem with the dam and will be 2014 before repaired. I thought that seems like a long time. Hope they get it fixed sooner. Congrats on the VIP!
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4. Tandistar
3:18 AM GMT on November 25, 2012
thank you!
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3. nanapoo
3:02 AM GMT on November 25, 2012
very, very sad! great weather photo! congrats on the vip.
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2. Tandistar
2:24 AM GMT on November 25, 2012
I am not really sure how deep the lake is! I don't think its that deep. The Arkansas Game and Fish actually had to drain this part of the lake (upper). They relocated most of the fish to the lower part of the lake. The gate in the water control structure began leaking.
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1. Kennebunker
1:30 AM GMT on November 25, 2012
Such devastation! The loss of habitat must have seriously impacted so many species....how deep is this lake usually?
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I am from Arkansas, which means I am surrounded by natural beauty. Photography is the one thing in life that sets my soul at ease.

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