Bemd in the River

View of a 180 degree bend in the Canojoharie River. The river follows the path of least resistance in the slate and shale bedrock it is eroding down into and in this location it takes a 180 degree turn around a ridge of more strongly cemented slate.

Copyright: Pete babij
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 26000x13000
Uploaded: 06/02/2013
Updated: 19/02/2013


Tags: waterfall; river; falls; slate; shale
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