Thanks to the awesome team at Garricks Camera House for the fun night of playing with water! My favourites would have to be the patterns of the oil on water… every one so unique!
The Townsville region has welcomed the recent rain as it has been about 3 years since our last good rainfalls. We decided to take a day trip to Burdekin Falls Dam and were welcomed with an AMAZING amount of water. This water supply plays a huge role in irrigating the farmlands of the Burdekin. The water was at a level of 2.66m over the spillway, with a flow of 357,551 Megalitres/Day. That is 1.5times the full capacity of Ross River Dam flowing over in a day!!!!! That’s a heck of a lot of water and quite a contrast from when I last visited in 2014.