Primož Jakopin, photo diary

Rakov Škocjan
March 14, 2014, 10 pictures

Most pictures are aproximately 533 x 800 pixels in size. Numbers in front of the photo descriptions are the serial numbers of the original images. Photo and copyright (c) Primož Jakopin 2014.


Tkalca jama cave


20576. Northern entrance has become significantly taller.



20577. The receding water has left a footprint on the shore and as a thin dry mud cover of light colour on trees in the riverbed.



20578. Eastern entrance - a thrown stone's splash shows the water level.



Road to the east


20580. The road east to the inn is no more submerged.



20582. Late afternoon view north across the lake of the still flooding Rak river



20581. Close view north, of the deciduous trees on the riverbank, decapitated by the sleet.



At the CŠOD Rak - Rak Centre for Curricular and Extracurricular Activities


20585. The lake over the road is no more, the remaining water now drains through the concrete tubes below the road.



20583. Receding water eroded the road in an interesting sequence of repeating patterns.



20587. View of eroded road from below, from above the drain



20589. View west - erosion patterns evidently start where the lake drained north in short time, as opposed to untouched incoming road, where the lake receded slowly.



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