An Impressive Lake Without Vegetation: “Lake Powell”, Arizona

Lake Powell is a quirky artificial lake created in the flow of the Colorado River, on the border of Arizona-Utah. The lake acts like a large storage of water, in fact the second largest in the United States Due to its terrain and the dry climate of the region. The lush vegetation is absent and we see only one possible combination of water and rocks. The images are so strong that thousands of people visit the area every year to admire a unique landscape.









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