Breakthrough of Discovery

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The river Avon was drained and after a few days, parts of the river bottom were safe to walk and explore, where other sections were still deep muck and dangerous.Here I have discovered something long forgotten now breaking through the years of sediment, to greet the sun once again. Is it a metal chest, a capsule, a bomb, or part of a buried ship?. I was amazed at the fact that this metal hollow object, has revealed itself from the past, to our future by mere chance. Mystery revealed is an invitation.

4 responses

  • Misko Kordic

    Misko Kordic said (15 Mar 2008):

    And you didnt dig to see what is it?

  • Jon-Erik Kroon

    Jon-Erik Kroon said (15 Mar 2008):

    Actually...I went back to that spot(6 days later) but the water came up by 4 feet and reclaimed it again into its liquid grave. HINDSIGHT, After I took a few shots I just kept exploring the river bed cause there was so much to see and photograph. It took me by surprise that all of a sudden the river was empty, then it was full. I am the only one that knows where it is located. I am still curious to this day as to what it was or what was inside.

  • Misko Kordic

    Misko Kordic said (16 Mar 2008):

    it looks very interesting, so if you dig it next time let us now what was? I am realyy curious

  • Fleeting Glimpse

    Fleeting Glimpse said (25 Feb 2010):

    we all love a good mystery....

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