Flows Two Ways (Spring sky trees water ). Photo by Kennebunker

Flows Two Ways

Uploaded by: Kennebunker

Sunday May 5, 2013

Kennebunk, ME (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Tidal rivers are unique in that there is always the central stream of fresh water heading into the ocean, and on the outgoing tide, the salt water runs back out as well. On the incoming tide, though, you can see the salt water flowing up stream while the fresh continues to flow down.

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