Thursday, May 21, 2009

Some places silt originates

Please click on image to ENLARGE view of Don Hoodenpyle's big bed of irises as seen from my driveway!

The mud and silt in the forground contrasts with Hoodenpyle's yard.
Please click on image to ENLARGE view of silt just waiting for rain to wash it into the Town Branch of the West Fork of the White River.

The photo above shows silt on the edge of the Eleventh Street bridge over the Town Branch.
The photo below shows a landscaping crew actually spreading some mix of nonorganic and organic soil on the UA entry area near Garland Avenue and Martin King Jr. Boulevard on May 21, 2009. Why gardeners would add some an unnatural substance on top of the original rich, black soil is unexplainable. Even if the soil there already had been replaced, that tan substance will run off to the Town Branch if there is heavy rain this weekend.

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