Kathleen Velo
Map of Colorado River from headwaters in Northern Colorado as it flows to the Gulf of California in Mexico.Headwaters:  Colorado River #3
Poudre Pass, C)Colorado River Headwaters #1:  Poudre Pass, ColoradoLake Powell:  Colorado River # 39
Glen Canyon Dam, Arizona
Lake Mead:  Colorado River #53Lake Mead: Colorado River #57Parker Dam: Colorado River #24Morelos Dam: Colorado River #21Morelos Dam: Colorado River #9Morelos Dam: Colorado River #15 St. Luis Bridge, Mexico: Colorado River #34St Luis Bridge, Mexico: Colorado River #32Water Flow 1: Ft. Lowell Pond After MonsoonWater Flow 2:  Van Buren WashWater Flow 6:  Alamo Wash After MonsoonWater Flow 7: Alamo WashWater Flow 8: Ft. Lowell Riparian CreekWater Flow 9: Ft. Lowell Riparian CreekWater Flow 10: Willow Canyon Creek, Mt. LemmonWater Flow 11: Willow Canyon Creek, Mt. LemmonWater Flow 13:  Sabino Creek Water Flow 15: Sabino Canyon CreekWater Flow 5: Ft. Lowell Riparian StreamWater Flow 14:  Sabino CreekWater Flow 19:  Central Arizona Recharge BasinWater Flow 20: CAP Recharge Basin, Avra Valley Water Flow 25: CAP Recharge Basin, Avra Valley, AZ Water Flow 26: Central Arizona Recharge BasinWater Flow 29: Sweetwater Wetlands Central Arizona ProjectWater Flow 31: Sweetwater Wetlands Central Arizona ProjectWater Flow 32:  Sweetwater Wetlands Central Arizona Project
Water Flow
Water Flow is a visual comparison of water and water contents in the Western United States. These photograms were created by submerging light sensitive color photographic paper underwater in the dark of night in various water sources and exposing the paper to light from a strobe or the full moon. Water sources include natural ground water in remote creeks, streams, and arroyos, as well as the man made recharge basins of Colorado River water from Central Arizona Project canals. Water Flow: Colorado River includes images made directly in the Colorado River, as it flows from the headwaters in northern Colorado, to the Colorado Delta in Mexico.