Friday, 28 February 2020

Low Water perspective

At low tide when the water has run away it gives a totally different perspective  on the river, wading birds gather at the water's edge and  previously hidden landscape is revealed.

Above the old steamer landing stage at Mercury looking like a the remains of a crashed spaceship, albeit a Victorian riveted one.

No idea what these are or why they are there presumably as supports for a structure but they lead to the saltings and Badham creek which is uninhabited.

Houseboats high and dry at Salterns.

The channel marker showing the tidal range, there is often a cormorant sitting on top but he flew off before I could get the camera ready.

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