The Crooked Creek has Dried

Edgewood, Nature, Summer

The creek that overflowed the county road in late spring has dried up.

End May 2015 Flood-0039

A blue heron fishing on the county road overflowed by the Crooked Creek in spring

Aug2015 Dry Crooked Creek--2

Dried up Crooked Creek in August

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The water outlet under the county road, which was overloaded in spring, is now exposed.

End May 2015 Flood-0059

Water crossing the county road as the outlet underneath overloaded, in spring

Aug2015 Dry Crooked Creek--4

Now the outlet is exposed

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Rippling water on the road is now replaced by yearning tree roots on the creek’s bank.

June 2015 Flood-0014

Water from the creek rippling on the road in spring

Aug2015 Dry Crooked Creek--3

Tree roots on the creek’s bank yearning for water in August

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Occasional entertainment in the sky has changed from spring rainbow shows to fleeing white herons above the hay field.

June 2015 Rainbow-

Spring shower rainbow

July 2015 Hay Mowing-0036

White herons fleeing the hay field

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The nearby Mill Creek is receding, too.

Aug2015 Mill Creek--2

Mill Creek in August

The beauty of August in East Texas.

Photographs © 2015 Ine Burke | inegaleri.com

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