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Incredible Photos Of A Drought-Stricken California Reservoir

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California is facing a bad drought after three straight years of record-low rain and snowfall. You might not notice it when you turn on your shower, but it's clear from these pictures of the parched San Gabriel Reservoir in Angeles National Forest, captured here by photographer David McNew. Climate scientists fear this could be the new normal.