As long as there is life, there is profit, and the pipeline will suck it clean and send it to ejon.
The stagnant water billows slowly, and it sucks up the green sediment that rips to the water.
The fine spring water rises from the crack of the stone, flows down, and accumulates into a basin size puddle. The surrounding weeds grow luxuriantly, and the water flows out for tens of meters and then is absorbed by the thirsty land.
In the hot summer, the land is very thirsty. As soon as the water touches the soil, it makes a squeaky noise. It is fine and clear. It does not flow at all. It is immediately sucked up and left a small circle of light shadow around the fibrous root.