Friday, October 03, 2008

The River


Some of my shots from late summer almost reflect a foretellingDSCN2946_569For email of the fall season in waiting. Even before the temperature change, the rapidly shortening days were as telling a sign as the air. Cool crisp morning air, unique I can say to Wisconsin, is always a sign.

In these photos I show Duck Creek in it's late season stages. The Creek's water level maintained a relatively good height throughout the summer season. It will be going into the next season that way and could lead to high waters next season.

This year, as earlier posting in this blog, showed the creek at a pretty high water stage. Although, it never exceeded the flood stage, it did get close to becoming a problem.

Soon, I will try to cover the colors as they appear in the Duck Creek and Pampering Park Areas.



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