Guadalajara Daily Photo

Thursday, July 13, 2006

Sayula's Dry Lake

This is not a desert neither a dry lake, it was few water in dry season but in rainny season looks like a mirrow and it is full of birds and life. It has been that way even before the humans appeared in this region. As you can read it is not dead, just sleep in the year. It has been declared protected becuase its humidity is part of the world natural ecosystem.

It is few minutes far from Guadalajara, and close to Sayula, a small town where Juan Rulfo was born. Its view is so amazing that some artists have come to record videos, such as Nine Inch Nails.
posted by Dennys Sanborns (AKA Juan Cabeza de Vaca) at 11:41 AM


It's very interesting and a good picture.

11:09 AM  

During prehistoric times the Sayula lagoon was connected with Chapala lake, can you believe that?

10:47 AM  

Fascinating picture, I like the perspective.

6:53 AM  

I love the picture!

7:40 AM  

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6:33 PM  

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5:20 PM  

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