Thursday, October 9, 2008

Autumn Flow....



Normally at this time of year the Sabattus River is at a real low flow rate. With all the rain we've had this summer and fall the level is almost the same ast it would be in the spring.

10 comments:

The Birdlady said...

I wish I could do the flowing water like that -

Eve said...

The silver lining after the lousy summer!

Tommy V said...

beautiful picture. The flowing water is so smooth and perfect.

SAPhotographs said...

That is a good flow there John. Here, our coastal area has had very bad flooding while inland there has not been a drop of rain sofar. I really hope it starts soon as the animals are already suffering.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Thanks for visiting me, too John.
I hope my nature poetry complements your beautiful pictures. I have been to Maine once, a few years ago, that part of the US is lovely. Call again.
Our rivers here in UK are also very full for the time of year.

troutbirder said...

We just returned from a week of "leaf peeping" in New England. Your beautiful photos helped inspire the trip.
troutbirder

Steve B said...

This is an inspiring photo. I'm going to have to get near fresh water Saturday.

learnblogger said...

This is so beautiful..
The flowing water is so beautiful..
Good Job John!

2sweetnsaxy said...

Another beautiful shot of those golden leaves and that wonderful stream!

Arija said...

The rushing river inautumn reminds us of the increasing speed of life racing by as we grow older.