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A Snowy Egret walks amongst garbage that accumulates in Trash Net boom at the mouth of the Ballona Creek after first rainfall of the year. Urban runoff from heavy rains carries an assortment of styrofoam cups, plastic bottles and bags and other trash that has built up on streets and catch basins since the last rains into the Ballona Creek, a nine-mile waterway that drains the Los Angeles basin. While the boom catches some of this trash, smaller particles and many other pollutants still empty into the Santa Monica Bay and Pacific Ocean. Culver City, Los Angeles, California, USA

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A Snowy Egret walks amongst garbage that accumulates in Trash Net boom at the mouth of the Ballona Creek after first rainfall of the year. Urban runoff from heavy rains carries an assortment of styrofoam cups, plastic bottles and bags and other trash that has built up on streets and catch basins since the last rains into the Ballona Creek, a nine-mile waterway that drains the Los Angeles basin. While the boom catches some of this trash, smaller particles and many other pollutants still empty...
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Filename: US_CA_45_2649_ballona_creek_trash.jpg
From gallery: Gallery - Los Angeles Rivers
Source: Citizen of the Planet
Date 30 Nov 2012
Location: Los Angeles California United States
Credit: Peter Bennett/Citizen of the Planet
Copyright: Peter Bennett
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Property Release: No
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Ocean
trash
recycling
garbage
green
california
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