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Launceston floods with the M50
Lens: SMC Pentax M50/f1.4 Camera: Panasonic GH2 Photo Location: Cataract Gorge, Tasmania 
Posted By: nickthetasmaniac, 08-12-2011, 07:50 PM

A few shots from the flooded Cataract Gorge in Launceston.

Panasonic GH2 and SMC Pentax M50/f1.4











And a few from the night before...




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The 1st & 3rd from the last set really do it for me, and especially the former. Wow!
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Great shots.

The 4th shot from the top is my favourite. A great photo.

Thank you for sharing.

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Thanks guys

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Nice shots. We could use some of that in Maryland. It is very dry over here.
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Nice shots. We could use some of that in Maryland. It is very dry over here.
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Thanks Tina! This is the wettest year we've had in a long time... Prior to the 2009/10 summer we had several years of severe draught.
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No. 3 is remarkable! The fury of the water and the scale of it comes over well in context with the bridge.
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No. 3 is remarkable! The fury of the water and the scale of it comes over well in context with the bridge.

Thanks! Just for some context, this was photographed underneath the bridge last summer. The rock I'm jumping off is now about 4m underwater!



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great shots that water is screaming for some rafters.
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great shots that water is screaming for some rafters.
You'd die. This is the tamest part of the Gorge :/
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