The backwash makes for an interesting visual. Can you shoot the rapids? Not a good idea I think when it is high like this.
In a canoe or kayak, you would normally use the side rapids to cut down the distance of the portage. But now the water here would sweep you into the chute.
The concrete appearing in this photo is part of the old bridge abutment. The whole trail is an abandoned rail line.
The Vermilon in flood creates all sorts of little backwaters, which provide food and shelter to wildlife.
I was transferring photos from memory cards to my new hard drive and found this Male Hairy Woodpecker.
I disturbed this red squirrel as I rounded a corner in the trail. You can see the tongue lashing that I got. He suffers from a severe case of the "cutes", doesn't he? A Post to SWF @ http://skyley.blogspot.com/