The tidal Johnstone River was flowing fast and high, thanks to a 350+mm rainfall delivered in the catchment area over a few days from ex-Cyclone Oswald. The banks had actually flooded earlier in the day but, as seen here, a low tide was in effect.
Taken early evening January 23, 2013, Innisfail, QLD, AU.

Camera/Shoot Details
Handheld Pentax K-5 II s Lens DA* 50-135
1.0s@ f/2.8, ISO 125, FL.50mm
Date – Jan.13, 2013 Time – 7.05.34PM
Raw file ~ Processed/edited via CS2.

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  • Kerryn Madsen-Pietsch
    Kerryn Madsen-...over 1 year ago

  • Phil Thomson IPA
    Phil Thomson IPAover 1 year ago

    Nothing like FNQ rain to get things moving, Kerryn !!!

  • Yes Phil, certainly does and ‘growing’ and sometimes there is just way too much for way too long!
    Thanks for commenting Phil.

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