Letting out all the water

While camped at the Warburton caravan park, I was annoyed to find that the river was being kept at just below the minor flood level. It meant that the girls could not go swimming in the river as the current was swift.

I was also surprised to see that the dam upstream, the Upper . . . → Read More: Letting out all the water

Photo Mondays – 2012 January 23 – Late Afternoon on the Li River

An image taken in the late afternoon on the famous stretch of the Li River near Gui Lin in China. This section of the river is famous as it is where the mountain that occurs on the 2 Yuan note in China is located. It is also the location of some of the . . . → Read More: Photo Mondays – 2012 January 23 – Late Afternoon on the Li River

Pilbara’s aquifer stygofauna protected under new plan

An image of mine, taken in the Milstream Chichester National Park, was used in this article: Pilbara’s aquifer stygofauna protected under new plan on the Science Network, Western Australia.

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Pejar Dam

Well, I knew of this dam. Pejar Dam is Goulburn’s Water Supply. It turns out I have driven past it several times without realising what it was. When I was there on this day. It was full. The overflow system is somewhat surreal.

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Poor drainage

Never walk on the western side of Victoria road Marrickville when it is raining. Or you will be soaked. (Sounds like a good topic for a song.)

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A dream in many parts

This dream occurred for the first time, except for the last part where it seemed to be a continuation of a previous dream.

I have just ridden to this place on my trike. I was invited to return here. There is a very tall narrow kitchen. Like two stories . . . → Read More: A dream in many parts

Skeletal Dolphins

This dream occurred in the early hours of 9 May 2009.

I am in a room. Someone asks me to look over in another room. There is a watery surface covered in what appears to be fractured ice. There are circular areas where the fractures are more pronounced. I watch for only a short moment. . . . → Read More: Skeletal Dolphins