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Last Friday I rubbed my eyes after seeing a “shadow” on a section of the KVK. Results of dredging, I wondered? An issue of oil? Problems in my perception? Some time later, I looked back and the color differentiation of waters
And back to Friday, here’s how the water streaks evolved. It must be fresh river waters . . . with their silt load, I then concluded. Click here for Vlad’s post commenting on the same phenomenon. And Fred tug44 sent these fotos from Waterford . . . And this pic (by Patrick Dodson) of khaki waters overwhelming Lock 8 in Rotterdam.
As was the case in Catskill Creek, given debris and docks askew there.
Along the Hudson, here’s a clue to water level along the waterfront in Athens.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp. Alas, clean-up and reconstruction will last longer than the silt coloration in the sixth boro. Click here and here for some of the last fotos I took up in that stretch of the River, almost a year ago.