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The River of Seven Names

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This photo was taken during a very active September day with lots of bike riding in order to check and arrange all the logistical issues for a wonderful and peaceful paddling session downstream from Vrhnika to Podpeč (about 12 km). I just love looking at water and I like to imagine that the wavy grass in the Ljubljanica river is the long hairdo of a water fairy. :)

I am publishing this image in four puzzle sizes (and have a spare one with the maximum 540-piece size if someone is interested). Have fun!

More info on the Ljubljanica river:

The river Ljubljanica has a special position among Slovenian rivers. It is supplied with water from many karst influent streams belonging to two main catchment areas: Cerknica and Pivka. Its course is long and varied. It vanishes into the ground and comes to the surface many times along its course, each time with a different name. From its source in the foothills of Mount Snežnik it is known as the Trbuhovca, than later as the Obrh, then the Stržen, Rak, Pivka and Unica rivers, until it rises to the surface for the final time near Vrhnika as the Ljubljanica. Its springs are divided into three major groups: Močilnik, Retovje and Bistra. In addition to these, there are many smaller springs, wells and affluents.

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Thanks Cyndi for visiting and leaving a comment. I am very fond of karst rivers and phenomena especially because at every visit the water and nature are different. On the other hand, the karst caves are so timeless.


Love this photo and love the name of the River. TFP ~ Cyndi

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