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2020 - September - Flowing water

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Rules that are always applicable are as follows:

  1. One photo per answer, and no more than 5 answers per user per contest.
  2. Post only photos taken by yourself/person with you.
  3. All entries should include a line of text with the location, subject, and date (specificity is up to you).
  4. Refrain from posting sensitive/debatable content
  5. Only upvotes count towards winning.

Rules for September are as follows:

  1. Flowing water - Pictures of flowing water, streams, rivers, waterfalls etc.
  2. The contest will last the whole month of September and to be clear, we use UTC, just like the site itself.
  3. There is no constraint on when the photo must have been taken.

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Waters colliding

This is the picture I really wanted to post, but I thought it wouldn't make any sense without the context provided by my other picture. Since the contest rules only allow one picture per answer, I posted two answers.

I waited for a while until the swirls of the rivers made a particularly interesting pattern. This was also deliberately the area of maximum polarization from where I was standing on the bridge. A polarizing filter cancelled out most of the reflection off the water, making the Millers river look almost black.

6 Oct 2011, French King Bridge over Connecticut River.

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Millers River meets Connecticut River

6 Oct 2011, Erving/Gill Massachusetts.

This picture was taken looking downriver (south) from the French King Bridge across the Connecticut River, between Erving and Gill Massachusetts. The Millers River enters the Connecticut immediately downstream from the bridge, left of this picture. The interesting swirls and patterns are caused by the clear dark tannin-laden water of the Millers River mixing with the silty waters of the Connecticut.

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