Hole in lake sparks curiosity, so man flies drone inside and captures breathtaking footage.

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Hole in lake sparks curiosity, so man flies drone inside and captures breathtaking footage.

California has been grappling with a severe 5-year drought. But it ended this year with enough winter rain to pour down the Sierra Nevada mountains and fill up previously dried up lakes and reservoirs.

One of these bodies of water is Lake Berryessa, the seventh largest man-made lake in California. It’s famous for its ‘Glory Hole,’ but there hasn’t been enough water in the lake in the past ten years to see it.

But with the late winter rains, the ‘Glory Hole’ appeared. It’s 72 feet across, narrowing down to 28 feet. Water flows through the tunnel and draines into Putah Creek nearby.

One man sent a drone to capture the hole in action. See it below, and witness a rare sight that hasn’t been seen in over a decade…






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