• Suddenly, a flood!

    zoomed image. . . . . photo KR

  • Suddenly, a flood!

    zoomed image. . . . . photo KR

  • Suddenly, a flood!

    The first 3 images are taken from the verandah, without any zoom. It's only about 2 metres from the water rushing past. . . . . . photo KR


  • Suddenly, a flood!

    I caught a glimpse of water flung up by a passing car, so it must be flowing over the road at this point, but it will soon drop. . . . . photo KR

  • Another sudden flood yesterday morning 3

    photo KR

  • Another sudden flood yesterday morning 4

    photo KR


  • Another sudden flood yesterday morning 2

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  • Another sudden flood yesterday morning 1

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  • Flood damage in the Iris Virginicus patch

    Lucky it's only temporary. I should go out and remove the palm debris, so they can stand up again. . . . . . photo KR


  • After the Flood

    A clear line where the water reached to. . . . . photo KR

  • After the Flood: Woven grasses

    By the time I was walking back to the house, these were lifting themselves up again. . . . . . photo KR

  • After the Flood

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  • After the Flood: a little creek up the road, one of many, still gushing

    photo KR

  • After the Flood: a Blue Fig standing sturdy when all else around it has been uprooted

    Much better on black. . . . . photo KR

  • After the Flood: across the road from our driveway

    photo KR


  • at the peak of the flood (1)

    beside the house (compare with the photo I took this morning, where the Bird's Nest Fern is well above water level). . . . . photo KR

  • at the peak of the flood (2)

    the poor Hydrangea bushes. . . . . but they like the water. . . . . . photo KR

  • at the peak of the flood (3)

    across our driveway. . . . . . photo KR


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