F 3.5 – 1/640 – ISO100 – 35mm – Canon 5D Mark III
Oh for this month to come to an end…
And for March to be less of what February has been! I drove past this river last night and it is solid with snow on top of the ice!!!
Sadly, yes…we are heading to sub-zero temps in the next few days…at least most all my homeless clients are being housed on a temporary basis.
Yes, the homeless, old and sick and the poor are the ones hit hardest by inclement weather. The ice box is coming for us this week too 😦
Beautiful photo…it looks like such a peaceful place!
Funny thing is that there are two busy roads next to it and a cow and sheep farm next to it. Right now it’s pretty solid water 😉
It looks nice with a bit of snow on it.
It has it’s pretty moments for a very shallow river…. 🙂
Can’t wait for some green and flowers
It looks like it was used for canal boat traffic long ago. That road along the left bank would be perfect for mule teams to pull big canal boats up and downstream.
It is the same kind of setup we have remnants of on the upper Potomac where the C&O canal system used to run.
Sorry to be “Joe History” nerd, but that kind of jumped out at me.
Lovely picture either way! 😊
No problem…now you have me wondering what the surrounding area was like before the two big roads were put in. I do know further up the river are the remains of an old grain mill.
Beautiful image Teri!
Thank you…right now it’s all white with snow and ice. I hate winter!
Been by here several times. My girlfriend lives in Powell, Ohio.
Really???? I drive over this river several times every week. And we live near Powell 🙂
Okay… weird juju going on. I will be visiting with her this summer. Powell has surely grown! I knew you were from Columbus… but didn’t know POWELL!!
Originally from St. Louis but now a transplant to Columbus. Lemme know when you will be in this neck of the woods 🙂
I shall 🙂
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