I promise some wilder pics from the Waterblogger Fest of the other night, but for now. . . . I spotted so much pink and red as I strolled along the west side of Manhattan . . . on my way to the fest that I presume some thing must be afoot. To understand, of course I headed for the water. AIS said to expect the vessel below. AIS is a fantastic tool, because if I’d monitored only the VHF, I would have heard “mole partner.” And the possibilities for this boggles the mind, starting with Kenneth Grahame character with fur . . . to some sort of spy. Greetings, MOL Partner. Doubleclick enlarges most fotos.
Last year I experienced Affinity. Partnerings are ubiquitous: like here, many thin single wires do one strong wire rope make.
one long-lived weir define, like this one from Cherokee County, Georgia.
Making many into one defines this structure as well, but otherwise I have no clue what means this assemblage in Philadelphia’s Wissahickon Creek.
By the way, would a “mole partner” be one who… like a groundhog … only emerges now and again unpredictably?