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Evening on The Stream
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SubmittersalmonoidMore Photos from salmonoid   CategoryStreams   Last Update2010/6/30 22:35
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Early evening on a stream in Potter County..

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Published: 2010/7/1 9:01  Updated: 2010/7/1 9:01
Joined: 09/10/2006
From: Schwenksville
Comments: 111
 Re: Evening on The Stream
I really like this picture. Great Photo Man!
Published: 2010/7/1 12:44  Updated: 2010/7/1 12:44
Joined: 09/09/2006
From: Lancaster County
Comments: 2177
 Re: Evening on The Stream
I totally agree Adam, that is a great pic!

Wall hanger for sure!
Published: 2010/7/1 19:25  Updated: 2010/7/1 19:25
Joined: 02/19/2009
From: Mont Co, Pa
Comments: 880
 Re: Evening on The Stream
That really is a nice pic.
Published: 2010/7/2 11:45  Updated: 2010/7/2 11:45
Joined: 04/24/2009
From: South Jersey
Comments: 632
 Re: Evening on The Stream
Great Picture. This looks like a tail out from a beaver dam. Was it?

Published: 2010/7/5 14:02  Updated: 2010/7/5 14:02
Joined: 06/19/2007
From: Lancaster County
Comments: 1187
 Re: Evening on The Stream
Credit goes to my brother Brian for snapping the photo. There is a story that goes with the photo, that I will try to get around to posting at some point.

Although the valley looks like it may be beaver-pond influenced, there are no beaver dams around and haven't been for at least twenty years, which is how long I've been going to this area. However, there is definitely a meadow here and it would not surprise me that at some point in the not too distant past, it had been colonized by beavers. There is a thick layer of clay in the stream bank, which makes great undercut banks. It is not consistent with the local geology and soils of the area, but would be consistent with formation in a low gradient pool, created by some sort of obstruction, that caused a thick layer of clay to be deposited.
Published: 2010/7/18 16:25  Updated: 2010/7/18 16:25
Joined: 04/30/2010
From: gotham city
Comments: 190
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