The initial dam on the primary stream feeding the local “beaver bog” looked like this a few months ago. The beavers have added several other dams both downstream and, more significantly, upstream. The dams upstream have created a much larger area of flooding.
Along the harbor in Belfast, Northern Ireland, is this dramatic structure looming over the former shipyard where the H.M.S. Titanic was built. On the inside it is a museum, a tourist attraction complete with a roller coaster ride, and movie theatre.
On the Normandy Bridge over the mouth of the Seine river on a foggy day last May [some of the fuzziness IS fog and apologies for the bus window reflections!]