Those blasted reflections didn't leave today.
Usually they are there in the morning and as the day warms, the faintest of breezes arrives to break the mirror, but as the day wore on and the temperature increased, if anything the stillness intensified.
It can be quite disorienting after a while, and tiring too, constantly trying to work out which way is up. But we persevered as best we could in these trying conditions until we found a nice shady spot where we could find some respite. Does anyone have a need of a thousand photographs of trees and skies reflected perfectly in each other?
We haver reams of inkblot photographs now - we just had to stop taking them.
Seasickness is not one of the big risks on the inland waterways.