Flooding at Chatsworth Island

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Comments (7)

scml on May 22, 2009

The river is usually on the other side of that line of trees...

Nick Weall on May 22, 2009

Oh dear ~ it is getting a bit big for its boots then ~ and I hope that it doesn't rise much higher or that building is going to be in trouble ~ I've always thought it a big mistake to live to near to rivers ~ mind you my Gosport flat is bang on the edge of the harbour, but I am fourteen floors up!!

ciao nick

scml on May 22, 2009

The house will be an island of its own...but it shouldn't go under any...it still has a good metre or more...and this isn't the first time it has had its lake come to visit ;)

larry e walton on May 23, 2009

Watch out for king browns escaping the waters!

scml on May 23, 2009

Hi Larry...I know what you mean...lots of critters will be coming out of the woodwork with the water...have just been down at my neighbours taking some photos of a big phython that was laying in his backyard...a beauty about 8 feet and nice and healthy...but very slow as he was really cold...will load some up in a moment :)

All the best to you from Sandy ;)

larry e walton on May 23, 2009

awesome! Aussie snake pics - I can't wait to see them. Throw some redbacks in there too for good measure - I'd like to see you work some of your fractalius and photoshop magic on those guys.

scml on May 23, 2009

Now thats an idea :) we don't see many redbacks here but we do get the golden orb spider...they are really nice ;)

Might do some fractalius on the snakes head shot later...gotta go now and get some more photos...

Thanks for visiting...see ya from Sandy ;)

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