• Yesterday's excitement

    This is how close to the verandah the flood is, about 2 metres away. Part of the verandah table showing. . . . . photo KR

  • Angiopteris evecta with the flood rushing past it

    for Buzz. . . . . photo KR

  • Fly (Lucilia maybe cuprina) rescued from the flood

    photo KR


  • Anaïs and the flood

    view from the new bathroom. . . . . . photo KR

  • Anaïs, flood, washing

    bathroom view. . . . . . photo KR

  • Walking up to the spring and back after a flood

    Looking back down towards the house from the first plateau. It's such a joy to see the stream bubbling and happy. . . . . photo KR


  • A flood today! A fine New Year's gift

    These photos were taken from our verandah.

  • A flood today! A fine New Year's gift

    These photos were taken from our verandah.

  • a neighbour's driveway submerged during the flooding

    photo MR


  • Farmer's Friends sprouting before they have left their stalk!

    This shows how wet is was during our latest flood. These seeds have sprouted before they have fallen. . . . . photo Danya R

  • the aftermath

    The grass was flat all the way to the rise on the eastern side, and big rocks had been swept down, almost too big for me to pick up one-handed.

  • Japanese Maple roots

    scoured out more than ever before, and the water encroached further into the epiphyte bed than ever before.


  • The flood path down into the gully on the eastern side

    I guess all that I can plant on this side are Sedges and Blue Flax Lilies, so the Grevilleas aren't shaded out. Looking north-north-east.

  • After the last flood, this section of the stream bed has been doubled in size.


  • The same section, showing how much deeper the creek has dug in since the last flood.

    When I planted the Water Gum before last Xmas, it was at creek level.


  • Jewels in the flood

    photo MR

  • Jewels in the flood

    photo MR

  • Jewels in the flood

    photo MR


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