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16 October, 2010, the Murrumbidgee, NSW, Australia, reached the highest peak it has for over a decade, the rains causing some flooding in Wagga Wagga, but severe flooding in a number of surrounding towns. Looking up river from the new bridge to the historical old bridge, shows the bank to bank flow.
Nikon D40X, 10-20 Sigma

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An amateur, but a long love of photography. A recent move to digital has seen the love ‘blossom’, and a greater enjoyment in the field. I will try most forms of photography, and gain both knowledge and fun out of the experimentation. Using a Nikon D300 and D7000, with a range of lenses, and filters. I hope you enjoy the views as much as I’ve enjoyed taking them.

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  • Philip Johnson
    Philip Johnsonalmost 4 years ago

    isnt it good to see, good capture

  • Thanks mate! Yes, sure has made a huge difference, despite all the damage to homes and crops, it does seem to have restored a sense of hope on the land and for the environment.

    – bazcelt

  • John Vandeven
    John Vandevenalmost 4 years ago

    Wonderful shot mate…

  • thanks heaps mate.

    – bazcelt

  • Terry Everson
    Terry Eversonalmost 4 years ago
    Great image , good to see the rivers running. Iwas camped on the river at Wantabadgerry on the 14th and it was great to see the river so high.
  • thanks heaps. Yes, it’s been an awful long time since was last this full!

    – bazcelt

  • Barssel
    Barsselalmost 4 years ago

  • wow, thanks heaps for the honour!

    – bazcelt

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