Three days of rain, (constant rain all day yesterday) and heavy rain overnight on Friday night and again on Saturday night. In that period I got 202mm of rain which is 7.95 inches in the old measures. That is a lot of rain, but not problematic here, fortunately.
There is something to be said for living on top of a ridge.
I will be going out now to try to photograph Carrington Falls.
Several hours later.
Delay caused by heavy rain the day before triggering me to put my headlights on (during the day)
Naturally I forgot to turn them off, with the usual result - flat battery this morning.
Eventually I got there, thanks to my helpful neighbour Kat giving me a jump start.
Just as well I have trained myself to reverse park, so helpful neighbours can drive in close to the front of my car, ready for attachment of my Jumper Leads. At least I've got that down to a fine art.
|Kangaroo River from the Bridge |
on Carrington Falls Road
|Carrington Falls in heavy flow|
following 200mm of rain in the district.
Taken the morning after heavy rain.
|The Maelstrom at the bottom pf the Falls/|
|I like this small and precarious ledge|
on side of the falls.
Torrential rain falling.
Not "lashing rain" Pounding rain.
Lightning strike might take out my computer unless I turn off now.....\