Today’s Photo
One With Nature. The floating village of Brockholes Nature Reserve, Preston.
It can rise up to three metres, which would only be necessary in a catastrophe, but will regularly go up and down by 400mm over a year. Brockholes sits on a concrete raft, made buoyant by hollow chambers, held by four steel posts to stop it drifting across the lake.
Which would be amusing, admittedly, don’t you think?

Today’s Photo

One With Nature. The floating village of Brockholes Nature Reserve, Preston.

It can rise up to three metres, which would only be necessary in a catastrophe, but will regularly go up and down by 400mm over a year. Brockholes sits on a concrete raft, made buoyant by hollow chambers, held by four steel posts to stop it drifting across the lake.

Which would be amusing, admittedly, don’t you think?

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