The 13th Virginia Co I decided to cross the ravine at Chansellorsville during Jackson's flank attack rather than wait their turn to cross the bridge. This sequence took about a minute, but yielded some great shots.
A ravine is generally a fluvial slope landform of relatively steep (cross-sectional) sides, on the order of twenty to seventy percent in gradient. Ravines may or may not have active streams flowing along the downslope channel which originally formed them; moreover, often they are characterized by intermittent streams, since their geographic scale may not be sufficiently large to support a perennial watercourse.
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