Swimming Pool, Lake Yealering 2012

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Comments (11)

Derek Graham on October 20, 2012

That looks delicious! Creme Brulee ?

InTheBush on October 20, 2012

The colours were amazing D! Kind of like pumpkin soup with cream stirred in around the edges, I thought :-)

Seriously though, the salt content was such that walking on that mush was coming into the realms of possiblity...wonder what else is in there!!!

Derek Graham on October 20, 2012

Nothing living by the sounds of the salt content. I went for a dip in an open cut at Lake Nerramyne where they mine Attapulgite (kitty litter. The water was so salty you could just float around. If youo look at Lake Nerramyne on GE, we were in the smallest open cut and that was rather large. The water was deep but clear.

Stuart Smith on October 22, 2012

Most of the ground water in the mining areas seems to about 7 - 10 saltier than sea water. Watch Derek for snakes that swim there too.... :-))
Chocolate coloured water is a worry.....


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GasGasL€X on October 31, 2012

This has a lovely reflection & sweet colours too. Quite a nice scene...

jockswa on October 31, 2012

Splatt!!

Lee Gill on November 11, 2012

What an intense colour, I love how there are two seperate shades...an unsual find C

InTheBush on November 11, 2012

Most interesting Lee, made me wonder about the chemical composition!!

lizab on November 22, 2012

Simply amazing, i liked!!

kleiner waldschrat on February 5, 2013

Tolle Aufnahme, aber warum ist es in der Mitte so dunkel? Ist es dort tiefer? L

InTheBush on February 5, 2013

Hello lizab and thank you for your LIKE! :-)

Hi there kw, in My photo here one can see the Swimming Lake when it is looking much healthier. This was in 2005. I'm not sure if it has been full again since then, but I assume that after much evaporation, this is what is left, and it is extremely salty!!

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  • Uploaded on October 19, 2012
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    by InTheBush
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-TZ20
    • Taken on 2012/10/05 13:38:14
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/1600)
    • Focal Length: 4.30mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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