Sunday, August 12, 2007
Murray River South Australia.
The creeks and low lying flood areas that are filled with water from the Murray River are known as backwaters.
As there is very little water movement within the backwaters, it allows more reeds and water plants to grow as seen here.
The brown cover seen here is a ribbon type weed which grows where the water is still and allows the water below to become crystal clear.
These backwater areas can be very pretty to look at and offer a peaceful location to all of those who visit the area.