Avon silt clouds

Last Tuesday I was completely obsessed with the silt clouds flowing out of the Entrance Lock into the Avon, and I posted one or two (!) little films – but I also took a ton of photos as well.  I’ve put the one I took on my Olympus XA2 film camera into a flickr album, and if you mouse over the first one below, you should be able to see the slideshow…

Silt clouds in the Avon

Some of my favourite images:

Silt clouds in the Avon

I especially was fascinated by the almost solid line between the silt and the water – and the way two large silt masses merged.

Silt clouds in the Avon

Silt clouds in the Avon

Looking out across the river, where the tensions in the water were catching the sun as it was falling

Tensions on the water surface

More silt clouds, as the second lock gate was opened

Silt clouds in the Avon

Silt clouds in the Avon

Water tensions

Silt clouds in the Avon

Silt clouds in the Avon

Clouds of silt, and clouds in the sky reflecting in the water

Silt clouds in the Avon

Looking up from the silt clouds, to the Suspension Bridge

Suspension Bridge

 

 

 

 

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