Arroyo · Cee's Which Way Photo Challenge · floods · Water

Roaring Down the Arroyo…

We’ve had 25+ inches of rain since the first of the year in San Miguel, and the annual norm is about 34 inches…so the dry arroyo beds are cascading through neighborhoods. My casita overlooks this particular arroyo, although I’m well above any danger, but it’s been interesting to watch the ebb and flow of the water as it races downhill.

See more Which Way photos at https://ceenphotography.com/2018/06/29/cees-which-way-photo-challenge-june-29-2018/

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3 thoughts on “Roaring Down the Arroyo…

  1. Wow! That was dry just a couple of months ago

    From: that little voice Reply-To: that little voice Date: Friday, June 29, 2018 at 4:38 PM To: Paula James Subject: [New post] Roaring Down the ArroyoŠ

    WordPress.com that little voice posted: “We’ve had 25+ inches of rain since the first of the year in San Miguel, and the annual norm is about 34 inches…so the dry arroyo beds are cascading through neighborhoods. My casita overlooks this particular arroyo, although I’m well above any danger, bu”

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    1. San Miguel is in the center of Mexico, northwest of Mexico City, about a 3-4 hour drive. Beautiful city, lovely people. Elevation of 6,000 ft. so it is high and dry, great temps year around.

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