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Thin layers of froth are interacting with other items such as dry reed stem to form interesting dynamic patterns on the water surface. The froth is formed in essentially stagnating water, not always smelling well, and in extreme cases the water is completely evaporated, leaving dry marsh be with hexagonal crack pattern.


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