Mac: Now that one is hard on the boat. It must cause a portage.
I like how the houses are right on the bank. It looks like it could be difficult to navigate in a boat though.☼ Sunny
Stewart, So sorry to have missed commenting on so many of your past entries way back to the foxgloves...and the outstanding photography continues. I cannot get enough. What a challenging river...wouldn't That be a trick in a raft or a canoe. BlessYourHeart and LetTheGoodTimesRoll
I forgot to tell you, we practically share birthdays, mine is 5 days from yours. Hope you had a great one.BlessYa
Great shot as usual, I love how at the far end of the weir the water doesn't seem to flow over to the lower section it just stops.
Fabulous picture... I'd want to get in a boat and take a ride!!!!!Betsy
Our Durham is not much like yours, so it's great to make the introduction! Thanks, Imac.
This is a beautiful photo. I like both the bridge and the river.
Lovely shot mac! 't would be a pleasure to go sailing or canoeing on that river - very scenic.
Hi Imac thanks for your visit.We enjoyed visits to Durham, when our daughter lived there.In the minds eye applies every where.Thanks for the lovely post.
You get drawn into this one.
Gorgeous picture, Imac !I was just thinking this morning that I needed to get away from it all... and now you just made me feel like I had been there.~B
Wow! It's got to make it hard for the migrating Salmon. ;o)
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