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The depression in the earth you can see here is called a sag pond.  This sag pond lies between two sections, or "strands" of the fault.  Between these two strands, the ground is sinking as it is also being pulled apart by fault motion.  Although it is dry most of the year, the sag pond fills with water quickly after a storm.