While Californians might be familiar with this strange gaping hole in the waterway, it is consistently a bamboozling sight to behold for visitors.

The “Glory Hole” spillway of Lake Berryessa is tucked into the Vaca Mountains of Napa County, California. Measuring 76 feet across (23 meters), the spillway has been bone dry for several years due to drought.

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Thanks to record-breaking winter snows, however, the 6-year dry spell has brought back the legendary water drain.

YouTube user Evan K flew a drone over the spillway in order to capture footage of the Glory Hole from the sky; and its swirling pattern is even more hypnotizing from a bird’s eye view.

(WATCH the video below)

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