River Transition – at the edges of change. Miss Day 10, video.

Edges and transitions exist in rivers too. Coming from the West: wetlands, otters, and water so clear that a simple glance will clean your retina. Moving to the south east: floodplain forest, white-tail deer, and brown turbid coffee water.

Paul resting atop a giant rock hill deposited by ancient glaciers ~10,000 years ago. In the background is the last stretch of wild rice we have seen. Transition.


This video shows the dammed reservoir at Grand Rapids which marks a major transition on the Mississippi River. The dam was used for hydropower and milling during the early 1900s.


Having fun with it,

Brother Spec.




3.1 lbs trash packed out of the river

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