These are pictures from along the many spots on the Berounka River that we visited. Here, some swans swim towards us to hope for a handout. We also watched them eat Phalaris in several spots!
This bridge arch near Liblin catches the living mat of Phalaris as it outstretches to try and ford the river!
The Wild Orlice River (divoké Orlice) isn't too wild this fall day either.
Another day of collecting comes to a quick close as the sun sets so early here at 50 degrees N latitude!
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