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Originally posted by SeenAlot
reply to post by intrptr
I dont see water. On the "pond" to the. Orth there are tire tracks that you can easily follow across the "pond" and continue to follow a road. If you back track if, you can see a place that indicates it could be coming from a hole in the ground. I vote mining debris. Copper has an effluent that looks very similar
Well the water would be clear because it was contained in rock with very little soil or fine particles. Dirt is what usually makes water unclear.
Originally posted by IceColdPro
I used to live in Guyana in the north of South America and I remember this one infamous lake that was near an old quarry, it would draw people from quite far away as it was some sort of spectacle to stop past on the way from the capital city Georgetown to a small town (I forgot the name of) about 50 miles into the interior jungle. I think it was a place where some kind of mining or rock quarrying was done, I am unsure of how it formed or why the water was so eerily clear with no vegetation or wildlife growing in it so naturally most people stay away from swimming in it. but when I saw the google image you posted I am certain this is what I am seeing in the jungle here or at least a similar body of very clear water..
The elevation is there, however it is submerged under the clear water which is causing a weird reflective surface, trust me if this is like the lake I saw in the jungle of Guyana then it looks just as shiny and clear from the ground (or slight elevation)
Originally posted by Another10Pin
At first I thought someone was building the worlds largest koi pond. But then I noticed the 'fields' to the sides and inferior to the structure. Is this a drug growing, harvesting, production facility?