Time to Build the Ark
9 months ago
Maclean Lookout offers a spectacular Lower Clarence panorama from the Devil's Pulpit to Brooms Hd. There is also beautiful mosaic couch to sit on and take in the amazing view. It's a memorial to Councillor Joy Matthews who was an exemplary local government worker and advocate for country NSW and the environment. It represents the Clarence River and Pacific Ocean.
Have you ever wanted to wade in cappuccino froth up to your neck? No me neither!
The combination of flood waters and heavy seas has provided a bonanza of fun for some; and possibly a bonanza for local doctors in the days ahead.
Eastern Australia is experiencing its wettest period since the mid 1970's.
The low level Lilydale Bridge has spent more time under water than above of late.
More torrential rain is predicted for early next week and farmers have been told to prepare for a possible flood.
A pyramid of rusting corrugated iron is softened by an inky pink sunset
The Southern or Yamba Break wall was built in several sections during the 1950's.
It is a popular location to stroll and a well known location for catching Mulloway.
This photo was taken at low tide and the water is still very turbid from recent rain in the catchment
|I have chosen this picture because:|
1. It is an allusion to a favourite song about Grafton, "Flame Trees" by Cold Chisel
2. It shows the Clarence River which is the watery ribbon which links all my photos
3. It shows our beautiful but old, congested and controversial double decker bridge
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