a colourless, odourless liquid
Yet water, particularly a water surface, has so many wonderful effects which are often taken for granted, or not even noticed, by those whose very existence depends on it in everyday life...
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Size: 0.92m x 0.61m Medium: Oils on canvas
May-Jul 2009 Exhibited: 31
This is where the constricted little River Thames flows beneath the A429 Kemble to Cirencester Road. Larger Cornbrash Limestone rocks that have been deposited here in turn collect Ranunculus which have been washed along in the water flow and begin to take root then flower. Never more than a few cms/inches deep here, the water is perfectly clear over a gravelly bed in the foreground.