Lately, visitors to a few of New York City's upstate reservoirs have been getting an especially good look at the bottom. On Saturday, Flickr user David got this beautiful shot of the Cannonsville, with plenty of mud on display along with the crystal-blue water.
On July 20, according to the most recent Department of Environmental Protection stats, the Cannonsville Reservoir was at just 78.5 percent of its capacity. The Neversink, with 72.7 percent, and the Schoharie, with 71.8 percent, were even lower.
Readers near the Cannonsville: Did this morning's rains raise the water level in the reservoir at all?
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