WHERE IN TEXAS
This was one of the tougher ones we've run. The answers weren't flowing nearly as well as the water over the spillway at Cleburn State Park — the spot featured above. Still, some readers recognized the three-level spillway built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps at the park south of Fort Worth. "I always peek to see if I know Where in Texas, but usually don't," says reader Samuel Fox. "This time, however, I see that it is the spillway of Cedar Lake in Cleburne State Park, my hometown park." Chas Fitzgerald noted that "the undulating rock work work blends well into the native limestone bluffs" — a hallmark of CCC construction.
Photo © Jason Stitt
TOOLS: Sony ILCE-7RM2 camera, FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS lens, f/22.0 at 2.0 seconds, ISO 50
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