We had a lot of rain in a very short time this week. This saw over 20 major roads closed across the state, several towns and communities isolated and lots of flash flooding.
To help with the deluge they lowered the Trevallyn dam and let some water through. This water comes all the way from The Great Lake system, through the northern midlands to the dam then down through Cataract Gorge and through Launceston, to eventually be free at the mouth of the river system in Georgetown.
I love this shot, I wasn't sure if the rainbow would come out or not. The spray from the deluge of water was rising well above the trees and looked like smoke. The powerful and magnificent mother earth at her best
This one of the windy paths through the Cataract Gorge
Not sure why?
This reminded me of a jigsaw puzzle, as does life
and finally, what is wrong with this picture??
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