WHERE THE MARSH MEETS THE POND AND RIVER

PHOTO CHALLENGE | DELTA


This is a marshy area along the Blackstone River. It's a manipulated image that intentionally resembles a poster.

This is where the a pond and a marsh meet the river. The water changes from clear with a place to swim, to white algae — all within inches. All natural. You can actually see the line where when system ends and the next begins.

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13 thoughts on “WHERE THE MARSH MEETS THE POND AND RIVER

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    • The area feeds a lot of trout, turtles, and long-legged wading birds. And probably a lot of other insects which in turn feed the birds. It’s packed into a really small area … no bigger than our front and backyard (minus the woods). I should go back and shoot it with a different lens, but I always have trouble finding it. It’s down a little tiny road around a curve, and behind the local swimming hole.

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