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Provo, Utah, USA - June 3, 2009: An Alpine Design inflatable PVC raft has broken free of its mooring along the Provo River. The aft end of the craft is being dragged sideways right to left by the swirling river current, and is in motion blur. The bow is momentarily stationary, anchored perhaps by current or an underwater rock, and is in focus. Alpine Design created several sizes of these inflatables. These and whitewater kayaks are frequently seen in this section of the Provo River which parallels Route 189 leading out of town into rugged back country.
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An Alpine Design inflatable PVC raft has broken free of its mooring along the Provo River. The aft end of the craft is being dragged sideways right to left by the swirling river current, and is in motion blur. The bow is momentarily stationary, anchored perhaps by current or an underwater rock, and is in focus. Alpine Design created several sizes of these inflatables. These and whitewater kayaks are frequently seen in this section of the Provo River which parallels Route 189 leading out of town into rugged back country. Provo, Utah, 2009.
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