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Old Jul 19, 2008, 7:14 PM   #21
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Anyhow we can be sure that it regulates the flow of water, in this case one of the arms of the river





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Old Jul 19, 2008, 7:34 PM   #22
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The water masses feed a set of turbines further down, thus creating energy for the Jonsereds Fabriker, Jonsered Factories, that in the nineteenth century developed a riveting technique (without flush, you say?) for very thick metal plates

But that is another story, another section

Still the water flows


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Thanks for viewing this little summer photo series from a river. May the sun and the waters guide us further on our paths. Joy be with you all

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Wonderful photos. The Goldeneye and Sandpiper photo is very pretty.
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Old Jul 22, 2008, 6:20 AM   #25
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Wonderful photos. The Goldeneye and Sandpiper photo is very pretty.
Thank you for viewing and commenting. It's interesting seeing the names of species in other languages. The Sandpiper sure has got a more accurate name in English than in Swedish. You would also be surprised

I could/should elaborate on this subject. Perhaps another time

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Torgny all of these are fantastic series, and really good composition great work
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Torgny all of these are fantastic series, and really good composition great work
Thank you, hercules. Miss your pictures from last summer. Light summer pictures with historical dimensions

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you are blooming with this set esp the 2 blue water, well done
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Old Jul 23, 2008, 9:09 PM   #29
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Thanks, Bill. Like to give surveys

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