I was shooting photographs along a muddy tributary of the Chilkat River north of Haines, Alaska, and I noticed a very clear area in the river. After investigating a bit more, it turned out to be a rocky spring coming up through the middle of the river. The strong flow of clear fresh water was rising up in the river making a perfectly clear area about 15 feet in diameter. As I watched the area, Salmon would pass through and stop in the clear spring water for a minute. It was an interesting area.
3 thoughts on “Sunday Nature Stills – 03/28/2021”
It’s really neat to see how the fresh spring water has such a big difference in clarity!
I really appreciate your patient observations of our natural world.