Things Change (B/W)
The following scenario is fictitious until proven otherwise: After the 10.1 earthquake that hit California on August 4, 2015, there was plenty of water in the state. It was all salt water, but, there was water. The national park once known as Yosemite now provided extraordinary scuba diving tours. The views were still amazing except sharks were now cruising El Capitan and of course, anyone with the proper underwater equipment could scale the sheer walls easily. The Yosemite landmark, Half Dome (pictured in this photo), crumbled to a fraction of it's former self and became just another rock.
Lovers Point, Pacific Grove, California 2015
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