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Leaves on the Lake

In the autumn and winter the leaves that fall on the large lake tend to be blown by the prevailing westerly winds against the dam at its eastern end.  This is probably a cause of the luxuriant foliage that grows on the lakeward side of the dam in the spring and summer.

Photo taken in Whiteknights Park, Reading, UK, on 2013-12-07.

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