The 'Spiral Jetty' Re-Emerges from Great Salt Lake
Reporter James Nelson tells the story of Robert Smithson's "Spiral Jetty," a 30-year-old piece of so-called "earth art" that has re-emerged from the bed of Utah's Great Salt Lake.
The jetty disappeared under the rising lake waters soon after it was created -- but with much of the western United States experiencing a drought, the Great Salt Lake has receded and the art is once again above water.
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