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Which is the odd one out?

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I would have said that the bottom left one looks less navigable but that seems a little too obvious to be the answer. 

What this does show is how similar one's holiday snaps can end up looking. I want to find a new angle or theme for my next trip to try to make them look different to all the ones I already have of all the same places! 

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Bottom right, is the odd one out, it's the only one open to navigation.

Dilham canal is one, as discussed, top right could be cockshoot dyke on the other side of the dam, last one could be the dyke off South Walsham...

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Top left (A) is Fleet Dyke off the River Yare.

Top right (B) is the River Ant at Dilham.

Bottom left (C) is an old dyke (unnavigable) on the River Yare leading into Old Wood Whitlingham.

Bottom right (D) is the River Bure at Belaugh

So the odd one out is bottom left (C) as it's unnavigable and marked with a red buoy (edited out :D)

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BTW Pete, Welcome to the NBN Forum .:wave

Thanks Iain

I do believe that there are indeed two places called Fleet Dyke.

One is off the Bure leading to South Walsham Broad while the other is off the Yare leading to Rockland Broad.

Absolutely Jean, one of two dykes leading to Rockland Broad the other one being Short Dyke.

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