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flooded road

flooded road

Our road and bridge...under there somewhere. Haven't seen them for 3 days.
Cyclonic weather has caused chaos and though we were without power for 70 hours we are okay...unlike others who have suffered much damage.

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Sheila14-Dec-2013 03:53
Let's hope there isn't a repeat of this next month!
A super clear shot with your iPad.
Norman Richard09-Feb-2013 13:47
time to get the water skis out. V
godro31-Jan-2013 21:43
Nice capture!
Chris(tine)31-Jan-2013 21:31
Very pleased to hear that things are settling down for you.
It is sad to hear of the tragedies as a result of the hurricane.
Carol Rollins31-Jan-2013 13:56
Wow. That is too much. I hope you continue to be OK, Laine.
LynnH31-Jan-2013 12:34
Living on the U.S. Gulf Coast, I've endured hurricanes too. I am VERY sympathetic. I'm also very happy to know that you are alright. Hopefully you have a good (as we say) hurricane pantry and plenty of batteries. Hugs!!!
joanteno31-Jan-2013 11:44
Oh dear.. We are currently in the midst gale force winds -- Mother nature is not happy..
Colin Storey31-Jan-2013 11:08
That looks really bad, you are having extremes of weather, hope everyone is OK around you.
Sarah Rehfeldt31-Jan-2013 03:53
Are there floods again this year? I hope no damage where you live. Pretty greens, though!
Cindi Smith31-Jan-2013 03:52
Wow, first fires and now floods.....hope the weather changes for the better for you!
woody3431-Jan-2013 02:20
That's Australia, in another state there will be bush fires, I have a brother trapped in the flood areas as well...good luck...stay safe..
Stephanie31-Jan-2013 00:23
Wow!!! So glad that you and your family are safe! Hopefully life will return to normal in the next day or two...
Frank Brault30-Jan-2013 23:57
A terrifying beauty. Glad that you and your family are O.K.. V
Karen Stuebing30-Jan-2013 22:19
Wow, it looks like it has turned land into sea. I am glad to hear you are okay and I hope things get back to normal for everyone soon. Great photojournalistic photo.
Bill Miller30-Jan-2013 20:58
Lots of weather but it gives you lush vegetation...
larose forest photos30-Jan-2013 20:47
Looks and sounds as if you have had quite the weather. This makes a gorgeous image, but of course, living on the other side of the water.... V
Johnny JAG30-Jan-2013 20:39
Good to know you're all ok.
Vickie BROWN30-Jan-2013 19:13
Glad you are okay, Laine. Sorry for the scary flood and this reminds me last flood in Queensland. V
Coleen Perilloux Landry30-Jan-2013 18:34
I read about it in this morning's newspaper. Quite unusual for you, huh? Hope it does not get worse.
bill friedlander30-Jan-2013 18:22
Oh my! Look pretty bad! Good that you are safe and sound.
Char30-Jan-2013 17:56
Wow, there seem to be devastating weather situations everywhere! Some worse than others we're getting rain and flooding but others are getting much much worse. The weather's gone wacky. Excellent shot of the weather situation, Laine.
Zak30-Jan-2013 17:10
you might need to buy a boat to get home!
Sheena Woodhead30-Jan-2013 15:53
Bad weather just seems to be everywhere nowadays. Glad you are okay.
Brian with an Eye30-Jan-2013 11:10
Wondered how you were coping.
The images on TV have been scary and tragic.
sue anne30-Jan-2013 11:07
Stay safe and that's too much water.
Yvonne30-Jan-2013 05:45
What a lot of water, gosh your trees are pretty! v
Gérard Koehl30-Jan-2013 05:20
Magnifique paysage. V
joseantonio30-Jan-2013 05:17
Very nice capture of this weather damage.V.
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