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Colin says: This view of the concrete embankment clearly demonstrates how nature itself can be used to cloak what would otherwise be a really ugly structure.
DL says: When this work was done about 15 years ago, the holes were left to allow grass to grow through. If you look really carefully in some of the holes, you can see the stainless steel wire and bolts that were used to hold them in place, and to ensure that they didn't wash away like their predecessors did!
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