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It looks quite fast flowing
Chris: This is the River Frome north of Bristol near Yate. I have been walking its length from source to outlet with a chum, a fascinating experience
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 27 Jul 2014, 06:40
and a permanent struggle against the floods!
Chris: I doubt if this water, the River Frome, north of Bristol, floods much Philine
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 27 Jul 2014, 07:28
I wonder how long that tree will will remain with the water washing away its soil? Still, at least it won't be affected by the drought.

Thinking of which, no mention of a hosepipe ban - yet.
Chris: Give it a couple of weeks and we'll all be deluged not with water but banal centrally-generated advice. Share water for cleaning teeth, go to the toilet with a friend, bath together in 3 inches maximum of water etc etc..
Troubled waters - fine picture with the combination of mono and the light making the surface molten.
Chris: Thank you Mike: I was quite pleased with the molten lava-like surface here
After the rain, I assume smile
Chris: Oh a long time after, several weeks Tom..
Quite a fast flowing stream isn't it despite the lack of rain.
Chris: This is the mighty River Frome Brian
Good to see it flowing well, all the winter rain restocked the aquifers
Chris: It certainly did, there is no shortage of water this year
I am really getting to like "natural" subjects in b&w. Nice shot.
Chris: I'm glad you like this Hollie: thank you
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 27 Jul 2014, 21:29
Like roiling mud, Chris...you have stirred it all up!
Chris: I'm adept at stirring things up Ray

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