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Surprenants mouvements de l'eau.
Chris: Wonderful isn't it!
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 26 Jan 2020, 02:03
Very impressive, Chris.
Chris: In full spate here Ray
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 Jan 2020, 06:56
I think that this must be the fist time that I've seen this view with so much water and with the far bank devoid of any people. or even Bath Loonies.
Chris: A couple of weeks after I took this the weir all but vanished under the accumulation of water passing over it. At least for a while it did
What Alan said
Chris: What I said
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 26 Jan 2020, 07:51
I never saw such a movement of water - is this the Avon?
Chris: In the centre of Bath Philine, we had endured many months of rain..
Bien dit pour le titre ...un peu le concept de l'écluse ..
La photo est superbe
Chris: Thank you kindly Claudine
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 26 Jan 2020, 08:13
A wonderfully weird wet whooshing weir
Chris: Whaaat?
I don’t understand what th weir does. From the thumbnail, I thought you had found a bride who had given up already.
Chris: I weir is an artificial barrier in the river to control water levels
It certainlty didn't look like this on the one and only time Maureen and I came to Bath back in the early 70's.
Chris: It was rebuilt in the early 1970s Brian
i was there with Lisl Chris... the water wasn't flowing this high that day... it's a magnificent sight to see....petersmile
Chris: Thank you Peter

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