Friday, March 02, 2012

Water, Water, Water everywhere

Friday Fences #23 and Skywatch Friday Season 5, Episode 34
This is the pond at the back of my house, its a water catchment area that flows downstream towards our dam that gets treated for our drinking water. It has rained and rained and rained this whole week and is not about to let up, there are flood warnings out and towns near us have been evacuated, 
  Those floaty red thingys is to stop anyone going over the edge at the far top of the picture to the right
 This is the edge but you cant see it for all
the water that is flowing over it.
This is the street light at 9am, it was very confused, normally it goes off at 6am, notice there is no sky!
This is the lake and its made an island and the sky is 
one smooth cloudy canvas

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22 comments:

  1. How scary! I hope you stay safe.

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  2. hope you don't have too much flooding trouble. Texas would love your water...

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  3. Oh dear! I hope the rain stops soon!

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  4. we had a possibility of flooding last night in virginia ...but lucky we missed the terrible part. wow. what a view there. hope the rain stops soon. (:

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  5. It like it is either way too much or way too little. No happy medium lately. I hope you are safe from the floods. Thanks for sharing your photos. Happy Skywatching!

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  6. It like it is either way too much or way too little. No happy medium lately. I hope you are safe from the floods. Thanks for sharing your photos. Happy Skywatching!

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  7. That is scary, water could raise fast and hope you are all well there. Take care!

    SWF

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  8. Scary, but fascinating in its own way. Wishing you safety.

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  9. Looks scary. I hope the rain stops soon and you stay safe.

    Regards and best wishes

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  10. Looks like a lot of rain...all that rushing water can be very scary! Send some our way we could really use it!

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  11. thinking of you and those around there and 75% of Australia; it's a huge percentage isn't it?! Who'd have thought but then the wonderful poem includes "in droughts and flooding rains" comes to mind. I hope you aren't affected personally Bridget.

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  12. The water looks ominous, shot through the chain link fence.

    Fence at Sundown

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  13. Kind of scary when it is flooding all around...and to think there are places here that still need it.

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  14. Great shots. I hope it will not get flooded.

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  15. This is pretty scary for sure. You are in my thoughts and prayers!
    Sandy

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  16. Hope the rain lets up soon! Nice pictures...I especially like the one of the street light!

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  17. Great shots Bridget, but skeery (to quote Linda) regardless. The rain has just started here.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  18. The pond looks like a river, strong currents. Hoping that you won't have heavy flooding.

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  19. My goodness what a lot of water,the water was flowing very fast..

    Hope you are all safe.

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  20. That is a lot of water and scarey. Hope you are safe. We could use some of that water here.

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  21. I hope you are safe! The pictures are scary, but lovely at the same time.

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  22. The weather is all over the place!

    Stay dry!

    Stewart M - Melbourne

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