the Basin for Holly (Erestorfan) by danapommet ()
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One of my hikes in New Hampshire, was on the Pemi trail, which mostly followed the Pemigewasset River. One of the many water features along the river is called The Basin. The Basin is a 40 feet (12 meter) wide and 20 feet (6 meter) deep pothole (a term I took from one of the official websites) has been carved out of the granite base over about 13,000 years since the glaciers receded from this area. As you can see, the water pours down in the upper right and can go straight through on the right but in heavy rains and snow melting, the water swirls around and leaves on the lower left. This swirling action has created The Basin. It will zoom.
Thanks for stopping by, taking a look and for all your previous favs and comments. They are very much appreciated.
Image Comments (27)
Richardphotos () 9:13PM | Sun, 12 July 2015
so many places like this can not be driven to. get out the boots and walk! outstanding capture
RodS () 10:54PM | Sun, 12 July 2015
Amazing the power of water - especially over 13K years! Great shot - I'm sure Holly will love it - Mike too....
giulband () 11:58PM | Sun, 12 July 2015
Very very beautiful picture that give me a sense of peace !!
jayfar () 12:40AM | Mon, 13 July 2015
A great zoom and a wonderful phenomenon Dana. BTW, that was me on the right !!!! Lol.
SunriseGirl () 2:52AM | Mon, 13 July 2015
Oh my goodness...another place to add to my bucket list. Thanks for sharing this spectacular scene.
Jean_C () 3:21AM | Mon, 13 July 2015
A very interesting effect of water erosion, superb capture, Dana!
Leije () 3:51AM | Mon, 13 July 2015
This natural basin is really amazing, interesting infos and superb capture, Dana !
CavalierLady () 8:40AM | Mon, 13 July 2015
Isn't nature magnificent?! Wonderful how the water swirls around this rock. A great find and well captured, Dana.
MagikUnicorn () Online Now! 12:31PM | Mon, 13 July 2015
LOVE IT Gorgeous erosion....we have some place look like this here :) Take a look this short 2 min video from one of the most exotic place in QUEBEC ) You need to see this on your next trip up here :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAdnBDtAYFs
junge1 () 3:55PM | Mon, 13 July 2015
Great capture and information Dana. Yes Dana, the museum has both, a SR-71 and a space shuttle!
0rest4wicked () 4:04PM | Mon, 13 July 2015
Holly will love this Dad! Water is such a powerful presence in every aspect!!!
Erestorfan () 6:12PM | Mon, 13 July 2015
Oh wow, Dana!! This is such a beautiful capture of the Basin!! I just love this place. Not sure why. And I love how cool it feels standing at the edge of it! It is just such a wonderful, almost magical place...not only the Basin but the surrounding area, with the beautiful streams and beautiful trees. Thanks SO much for sharing this beautiful picture! I will be adding it to my favs!!!
sossy () 10:55AM | Wed, 15 July 2015
interesting capture and info! and the swirl had washed out the rock there I think! clear water, want to put in my feet or walk around for health! ;o)
Hendesse () 6:33AM | Fri, 17 July 2015
This looks really amazing. Fantastic place and view. Excellent shot!