Normally the water’s edge is about 7 metres further out near the brown pole with the white cap. At that point the water is about 1.5 metres deep, so that is about how much the river level has risen. What is now a straight jetty walkway is usually sloping down from that brown pole. The colour of the river water is brown, however further out it appears blue and white, reflecting the sky and clouds above. On the far bank there’s a house and red shed on Dumaresq Island. Does anyone know if Carle’s Wharf is named after someone? Location is the Boat ramp, Manning River, Cundletown, New South Wales, Australia. Nikon D40x on auto.

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