Photo 2: An undeveloped stream site 200 feet away fared much better.

This photograph shows the same stream that appeared in What's Right/Wrong with This Picture—1. Although the area looks remarkably different, the site occurs less than 100 yards upstream of the first (damaged) site. The two photos were taken the same day—several months after a record-setting flood. But this part of the stream went through the flood with different impacts resulting in different effects than the downstream site. Your self-test of restoration knowledge is again to observe what's right/what's wrong with this picture. Click on the different situations described under the photograph where you see something right or wrong (there are 6 such parts). You will find out whether stream corridor restoration practitioners agree with you.