Brandywine River Flooding (flood natural+disasters storm+damage rain Summer agriculture bridges trees water ). Photo by Crisred

Brandywine River Flooding

Uploaded by: Crisred

Tuesday August 13, 2013

East Fallowfield, PA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Typically this bridge goes over a mill race from days gone by. The river itself sits back behind the trees. A small trickle, several feet below the bridge is standard. The bridge is used to access a picnic park, put in for a canoe, fire pit and a couple tent pavillions. Today it requires water wings to get there. You can see the white tent in the back right, sits slightly above water level. Other structures weren't so lucky today.

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August 13, 2013 Photo Series

About Crisred

Crisred

Hi there! I have been taking pictures for over 30 years and still consider myself an amateur. Only recently have I done much with them, selling cards and calendars in the local marketplace. Wunderground is my testing ground for interesting pics that may end up in next years calendar, and a great place to be inspired by other's creativity. I never cease to be amazed at the beauty my fellow WU photographers can capture or the positive energy and spirit you all put forth. You are truly inspiring and help me to improve. I have lived in the Northeast my entire life, taking up residence in 8 of these majestic states. Traveling and photography are my passion, but not my living. Not yet anyway. A girl can dream!

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