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  • Ozzie_Traveller
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    Thanks fellas ... and yes, the CPL has made the colours deeper. I think "when it is flowing" might also be a crappy time weather-wise, but not being a local, I dunno!
    Phil

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  • wigz
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    Nice shots Phil. #2 is my pick here because of the contrast of the water with the sand and the shapes they form. It looks like it would be impressive when flowing strongly.

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  • Isac
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    Outback at its best Phil. Lovely shots. The river looks as though it could handle a bit more rain before getting to the bridge.

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  • Ozzie_Traveller
    started a topic Gilbert River, NW Queensland

    Gilbert River, NW Queensland


    G'day all

    Spent a night on the banks of this (sometimes) mighty river ... when in flood it is 200m wide and the road-flood markers suggest that it might break its banks by up to 6 metres over the bridge, which itself was 3m above current waters

    1)- Looking north

    exif- Panny FZ-2500; 1/160s x F4,0; +CPL; ISO-125; lens at 2x zoom / 40mm FFequiv

    2)- Looking south

    exif- Panny FZ-2500; 1/400s x F4,0; +CPL; ISO-125; lens at 2x zoom / 40mm FFequiv

    3)- the 200m long single-lane bridge over the river

    exif- Panny FZ-2500; 1/1300s x F4,0; ISO-125; lens at 3x zoom / 70mm FFequiv

    ps- these (many) one-lane bridges across outback Qld come with 2-way radio call-posts about 1/2-kilometre beforehand, asking heavy and/or large vehicles to radio-in alerting others to their presence. Still though there are too many city slickers without 2-way radio 'because this stuff does not concern me, I just have a caravan' ... not realising that the 4wd+caravan can be 10-12m long x 2+metres wide

    As always, feedback welcome
    Phil
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