Denver Golf Course

LOOKING Closer

This camera was located in a residential neighborhood in suburban Denver. A golf course, a heavy consumer of water, fills most of the frame. The canal located directly in front of the fence, destined for other urban water uses, shows the ebb and flow of water as it travels through a complex network of water distribution in a city.

Look Out For

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Canada Geese on the Golf Course

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Flooding

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Fall Colors

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