A very beautiful photo. L14+F23. Best wishes from Chicago IL.USA
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Amigo AlexMatos, cuando el fotógrafo va un poco mas allá y se sale de lo común o lo tradicional, sin duda alguna es momento para reconocer su grandeza en este arte de la fotografía.Reciba nuestro mas sincero saludo y aprecio desde Puerto Rico, isla del Encanto y de Pedro Albizu Campos.
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It's very nice.
With best wishes for you.
I'm not sure about the speed, but the river's up some from all the rain lately. Another thunderstorm blew over right after I took this pic and was heading back up Big Island Road.
I'd sure like to see a Bald Eagle in there. That would be a cool shot for sure.
Yes there is a portage place at the steam plant dam. The trick is to take almost nothing with you, except a book bag, a boat, and a paddle. Then, you can park your car at nearly any bridge, and make your way down to the water. Since the vegetation doesnt grow under the bridge, it USUALLY pretty easy access. I dont know of any official landings in this area, although there may be one. Keep in mind that the water flows about 2-3 miles per hour, so 20 miles = about 7-8 hours (if you keep up a steady pace). I would leave everything upstream of Highway 74 to the kayakers, it COULD be difficult to take a conoe through because of shallow water/fallen trees.