The Salmon Falls Bridge, normally at the bottom of Folsom Lake, CA. Since the construction of Folsom Dam in the 1950s (which created Folsom Lake) Salmon Falls is typically immersed in water. Record low lake levels have again brought it to light.
An #aerial view of Folsom Lake which is at 29 percent of its capacity. The lake is the sole source of water for #Folsom California a Gold Rush outpost near #Sacramento. As Folsom Lake approaches historically low levels it stands as one of the most disturbing symbols of the four-year #drought that has gripped the state. @damonwinter photographed the lake from above while on #nytassignment. by nytimes