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This is one in a series of views of different forces of erosion acting on the land in David Thompson Country. As waves, wind and the freeze-thaw cycle continue to act on the shoreline along Abraham Lake, the bank is eaten away, freeing rocks and boulders previously held in place for millennia. Trees gradually become undercut and eventually collapse into the lake, perhaps ending up washed on the shore much later as driftwood.
Erosion 6, David Thompson Country
Alberta Canada


This is one in a series of views of different forces of erosion acting on the land in David Thompson Country. As waves, wind and the freeze-thaw cycle continue to act on the shoreline along Abraham Lake, the bank is eaten away, freeing rocks and boulders previously held in place for millennia. Trees gradually become undercut and eventually collapse into the lake, perhaps ending up washed on the shore much later as driftwood.
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