The upper reaches of Searsburg Reservoir. The Deerfield River flows in from the north, behind this vantage point.
Deerfield entering the reservoir, a few yards upstream of previous view. The exposed rocks and sediment indicate the reservoir level is low at this time. At other times of year, this spot is likely to be at least partially submerged.
Looking upstream at the Deerfield River as it enters Searsburg Reservoir. The Deerfield River and its East Branch join a few yards upstream from here. This is a considerably smaller river than the Deerfield in Massachusetts. We are well upstream of the confluences with the North Branch (just above Harriman Reservoir) and the West Branch (below Harriman, in Readsboro, VT).
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