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Thursday, March 25, 2010

More photos of river distruction.

Going back and photographing you get to see the differences and to know what is happening. The water has fallen and you see the erosion on the banks in the first photo.
 The second photo shows the piles of wood that have been burnt releasing hundred tons of co2 to the atmosphere. You will also note they the soft woods have burnt and the gums are left behind, this is because they take longer to dry out. So much for the government departments saying there was only willows dozed out. They didn't even go and have a look and if they did they didn't know what they were looking at. Maybe money talks.
The third photo shows that there was wildlife there as this is a freshly dug wombat's burrow.




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