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Dodder diary 22 October 2009

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What a difference a day makes

The river path on Lower Dodder Road is almost totally submerged as it will be on and off all winter.

The willow stands pateiently while its hair is washed by the galloping water.

The willow stands patiently while its hair is washed by the galloping water.

Most of the river path on Lower Dodder Road is under road today as it will be on and off all winter.

Most of the river path on Lower Dodder Road is under water today as it will be on and off all winter.

The angry water makes an incredible noise as it roars through the weirs and any obstacles.

The angry water makes an incredible noise as it roars through the weirs and any obstacles.

The tremendous waterfall is beautifully scary on a day like today.

The tremendous waterfall is beautifully scary on a day like today.

Plastic bottles are the most common obeject among the flotsam and jetsam to be transported down stream.

Plastic bottles are the most common obeject among the flotsam and jetsam to be transported down stream.

The water pushes its way through every physical opening available to it.

The water pushes its way through every physical opening available to it.

Land and water, side by side.

Land and water, side by side.

The autumn colours are still here and the trees are unperturbed by likely flooding.

The autumn colours are still here and the trees are unperturbed by likely flooding.

In the distance.

In the distance.

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Written by SOKNH

October 22, 2009 at 13:01

Posted in Dodder Diary

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