Water has an amazing capacity for taking on a multitude of colors, tones, textures and reflective qualities. Depending on the time of day and the angle of the sun, it can be completely clear or a perfect mirror; it can be blue, green, brown, or any color in between. Clear Creek gives us a good example of this as it takes the long slant of early morning sun and turns it into what looks like molten mercury.
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