Riverside Pasture.

Sunrise: 05.04 Sunset: 09.25

Standing at the top of the pipe bridge steps this afternoon, I photographed the north, middle, and south end of the Riverside Pasture.

Himalayan balsam grows only on the river side of the stock fence, thanks to the cattle.

The vegetation in this pasture is mainly nettles and thistles; there were a couple of ragwort plants, but I pulled them.

Dirty sugar beet washing water from the sugar factory, now a new combined residential and industrial development, once flowed through the rusty pipes to the lagoon field, crossing the Swamp on the way.


Looking towards the north end of the Riverside Pasture.


Looking east across the middle of the Riverside Pasture.


Looking towards the south end of the Riverside Pasture.


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