Local photographer Barry Sigman was out yesterday near the intersection of Highway 6 and Highway 90 in Sugar Land. It's normally swampy there, he says, but now it's become a desert full of apocalyptic imagery.
The drought starts......HERE.
We really hope this isn't a skull, even if it looks like one.
A shoe or an eel? Or snake? At least it went out with a smile on its face.
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