photography and the landscape

Sunday, February 20, 2011


Cazenovia Creek starts up in the Boston Hills-which lies in the area's snowbelt.  The first thaw unleashes a torrent of water and the traditional ice jam flooding that brings flocks of people and reporters to witness the circus at the Stevenson Street Bridge. This year was pretty uneventful due in part to some experimental cutting of the ice prior to the flowdown. It seems to have worked.  This stretch of the creek is above the collecting area and glowed nicely in the morning light.

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