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White Cart Water

Posted by Jackie on August 27, 2008

Glasgow is known for the River Clyde, but also has a number of other rivers. The River Cart is a very short (less than a mile) tributary of the Clyde, and is formed by the confluence of Black Cart Water (from the west) and White Cart Water (from the south east). This picture is of White Cart Water as it meanders through Pollok Park.

10 Responses to “White Cart Water”

  1. dianne said

    the bridge is lovely

    and the lawn is sooooo green, I guess that is the benefit of so much rain 🙂

  2. Katya said

    Ah, that setting looks like it should inspire someone to write something romantic…placid, pastoral, downright pretty!!!!

  3. Ian said

    Such green grass…ahhhhh.

  4. What a beautiful rural scene. Love that bridge!

  5. What a pretty composition! And the green grass is wonderful!

  6. marley said

    I like the bridge.

    Hope you didn’t get trench foot while camping! 🙂

  7. Becky said

    How beautiful. I would love to eat my picnic lunch there.

  8. Good composition. Pollock Estate is quite something.

  9. babooshka said

    That’s me and my camera kind of meandering.

  10. What a beautiful spot for a picnic!

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