Photo Friday: A branch dancing in a frozen creek

This winter's cyclical freeze and thaw has creekbed erosion at an alltime high. Down trees traverse the creeks and get caught in the pools. Above, a branch dances in Conneaut Creek, west of Lake Erie, Pa. Photo: Carol Terracina Hartman

  • Galen R.

    A twig dances a jig in an Irish Creek?

  • Harold

    Please remember that erosion is a natural–and beneficial–process. It’s only when we accelerate it (primarily through increased impervious surfaces) that it truly becomes a problem.