Saturday’s Shot

Shrouded in fog, the Saint John River flooding. Oromocto, New Brunswick. Saturday, 28th, 2018 8:20 am.

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    1. There was a steady stream of local people driving down to the park to see the flooding. It does draw people to it, even though many homes are flooding, It is a reminder of how powerful nature is.
      Suppose to be higher than the flood of 2008. I photography it every year this is the worst I have seen since I moved here in 2013.

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    1. Thank you. I took a lot of photos but I was Looking for just the right one without any blemishes such as stuff drifting in the current to hydro poles reflecting. etc. it was fun to capture

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  1. We were watching the flood conditions in Saint John on the news this evening. It sounds like the situation isn’t very good right now. I hope you are one of the lucky ones and your home is staying dry.
    That first photo looks so ethereal. Love it!

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    1. I am safe I live in Geary about 12 km from the river. I am going to go this morning have a better look in Fredericton, if I get any interesting stories or photos I’ll share

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    1. Oh yeah! That is a frameable one! I looked at so many of your photos and they are just gorgeous!

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    2. Me TOO! And I would have cut my hair short 30 years ago while I was doing it!
      You have an amazing eye!

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