Guy Captures The Moment A River A River Cuts A New Channel To The Ocean


Guy Captures The Moment A River A River Cuts A New Channel To The Ocean

"I noticed the river was very full, so I waited for around thirty minutes to see the spectacle unfold.
 I did not expect it to grow so fast into the raging torrent it became” - says the guy who has caught this marvelous moment on camera. He captured an interesting natural phenomenon: the Mahlongwa River in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa breaching its bank and cutting a channel to the Indian Ocean. As the video above begins, you can see water from the river just starting to trickle down the sand into the sea. Sand being sandy, the process happens pretty quickly. The trickle becomes a rushing torrent in a matter of just minutes. Because of the heavy rainfall, the water in the river surged up and it caused to overflow in the ocean.


What seemingly starts as a calm and quiet spill, it soon becomes a roaring mass of water, louder than the ocean. This totally natural breach starts slowly and it pushes through the sand. As the river flows steadily, we can see that it makes a deeper and deeper channel to make its way to the ocean.

The good thing is that this huge amount of water will overflow into the ocean, not causing damage in the local area. As the channel becomes wider and wider, more water is going through, securing its way to the ocean. As it gathers momentum, rolling down the sand, the speed increases and the amount of water is huge.
At one moment, it is so strong that it can sweep off everything along the way. As the river, carrying out sand, pours into the ocean, it can be clearly seen the change of color it cause.
The river blends with the huge expanse of ocean water and it can’t be stopped. The river and the ocean become one and the view is very powerful.
The sky, the ocean and the river, merge in one enormous vastness that is hard to imagine.





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