The other day I saw a small sapling taking root at the shoreline of the Ohio River. I wondered if it would survive or die. I got this shot with the idea of cropping it and focusing on the micro-tree, but when I viewed the photo large, I was more interested in the texture of the river's surface near the land-water interface. This is the full-frame photo.
For several months, I've studied the texture of the Ohio River surface and the various shapes in which the river deposits and forms mud. More on both later, perhaps.
I love the Ohio River. I enjoy reading about the river, smelling the river, photographing the river, listening to its sounds ... and we can share them here.
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