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    To restore original natural dynamics in streams many measures are necessary. In the 'Leuvenumse beek' a nature organisation tried to increase heterogeneity of the river bottom and water retention by putting dead wood in the streamsystem. In autumn when rainfall is high, pieces of forest get flooded. Once i saw this little beech in the water, trying to survive under these harsh conditions. I returned sometimes to this place to take pictures. One evening all the conditions were satisfactory.
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    Date Taken: Mar 18, 2016
    Date Uploaded: Oct 28, 2016
    Location: Leuvenum, Gelderland, Netherlands
    Camera: Canon EOS 6D
    Focal Length: 16 mm
    Shutter Speed: 30/1 sec
    Aperture: f/4
    ISO: 800
    Copyright: © Jacob Kaptein
    Categories: Landscapes, Nature, Travel
    Contests: 2016 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year