What I like about this place is the contrast of the very calm little river at the one side and the turbulent, rushing water disappearing in a black "grotto" on the other side.
I had to clean up the place for about two hours removing all the stuck wood, grass, leaves and dirt. The water was not very cold but after these two hours my feet felt a bit frosted... but it was for a good purpose: the WWP!
[Unfortunately I was a bit short of time that Sunday morning - the light would have been much better another two hours later. But I had to leave...]
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