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These Nightmarish Landscapes Were Created by California's Historic Drought

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Relief can't come soon enough for drought-stricken Southern California, which is dealing with the effects of its driest year in over a century.
 
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Rains may be headed this week to some of the state's more heavily affected regions, but devastation in the wake of the long dry spell has left many areas resembling a surreal post-apocalyptic wasteland.
 
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NBC 4 Los Angeles recently posted a gallery of the most haunting images from the dried-up bed of the Almaden Reservoir in San Jose, CA, which include houses, cars, furniture and even pets sitting on (or embedded in) the cracked and dusty lake bed.
 
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Weather-caused nightmare landscapes around the world also include this ancient Welsh forest uncovered by massive storms, and a mining town in Namibia being slowly devoured by desert sands.
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