This park bench was completely under water earlier this summer when the water levels of the North Saskatchewan rose to a near-flooding state. As the water receded, debris from flooding stayed high up in the trees along the shore and the park bench was buried in silt and mud. The river has shown dramatic differences in water levels this year, now in the fall after a long spell without rain, the river is slow and clear with a beautiful blueish-green tinge. I’ve lived near the river for many years and I don’t ever remember seeing it such a pretty color.

Voyageur Park in Devon, Alberta, Canada

Untouched :)
Nikon D60

Comments

  • Linda Bianic
    Linda Bianicabout 3 years ago

    very pretty,, the river usually appears brown and muddy,,,,we certainly have had strange weather this year,,,Happy Thanksgiving Rox!

  • I wish it looked like this all the time!

    – Roxanne Persson

  • (Tallow) Dave  Van de Laar
    (Tallow) Dave ...about 3 years ago

    very nice shot Roxanne

  • Thanks Dave!

    – Roxanne Persson

  • Thank you so much Dave, it is a very beautiful spot :)

    – Roxanne Persson

  • fezoj64
    fezoj64about 3 years ago

    Spectacular colors, lovely scenery Roxanne . ..Jozef

  • Thank you Jozef, it is nice to see the river so calm and with such color, a rare sight for this river!

    – Roxanne Persson

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