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There's a bigger version of this photo on the Imperial College Canoe Club Website (different licence). Contact me for the full resolution version.

This is a rapid called 'triple step' on the river Guil in French Alps.

I took this photo in July 2001, while Rob Tuley ( homepage) stood and stared at the rapid for about 20 minutes, deciding whether he dared to kayak down it. It was extremely high water levels that year due to snow melt. In the end he chickened out. But we went back there the next year and he did it. photo

Taken on my old fujifilm MX1500 digital camera 13:38 Mar 10, 2003 (UTC)

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