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Too Much Rain Water (flood thunderstorm rain ). Photo by bikervet

Too Much Rain Water

Uploaded by: bikervet

Thursday September 12, 2013

Arvada, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: As the run-off continues, the water pressure forces lids off man-holes to release excess water pressure.

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About bikervet

bikervet

If it isn't moving too fast, I may get a decent image from it. It is fun to experiment with a camera and the images; and to read all the tips and ideas everyone else has.Been in Gainesville, Florida for over 20 years now; and love the geography. But the mountains of the West will always attract me.

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