From the Archives 1
April 10, 2015
I haven’t been out with the camera lately, so for a few days I will dip into the archives. Despite today’s blog title, this isn’t really the first photograph I’ve dug up from my archives. But if I start titling the blog posts of old photographs this way now (should have started earlier), I’ll be less likely to accidentally repeat myself when I dig into them again. This is a photo I took February 2, 2002, of a small rivulet headed for Ohio’s Vermilion River. This spot was maybe five yards away from the river bank. The stuff in the water that is bunching up like windrows is evidence of some kind of bacterium, but probably not an iron-breathing one. The “pearls” are bubbles stilled by bacterial film.