A new kind of tide, grinding sand from granite, carving lines into shore,
uncovering remnants of the ones who came before us,
and a vast emptiness that is home to them no more.
Huntington Lake, along with Edison and Florence lakes, in the central Sierra were dammed in the early 1900’s to supply energy to Los Angeles. The lake is seven miles long and fills 88,834 acre feet of the former valley.
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