Hanging On

There are a number of trees along the river that dangle their furthest branches in the river.  When the water rises, it covers these branches further, which makes for interesting eddies in the river.  They also catch all sorts of debris that normally would float by.  Ice forms when the water is high and then, when the water drops, leaves behind patches of ice firmly attached to the branches.

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