Flood damage in Hollow Rock Tennesse (flood natural+disasters storm+damage Spring trains trees water ). Photo by Criqet
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Flood damage in Hollow Rock Tennesse

Uploaded by: Criqet

Saturday May 1, 2010

Hollow Rock, TN (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: A railroad crossing washed out from torrential rains in Carroll County Tennessee. Over 6 inches of rain logged in with my weather station KTNHOLLO! Many more photos coming.....thanks for viewing

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3. Criqet
2:27 PM GMT on May 02, 2010
no that is all water damage!!!!

Thanks everyone for your comments more rain today!! :( this is the worst this are has ever seen.....crops will be lost too :(
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2. 4esperanza
2:10 PM GMT on May 02, 2010
Yup. Casey Jones has the day off. Ouch. Looks like a truck busted a tire on the side of the washed out road.
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1. kippic
2:59 AM GMT on May 02, 2010
Trains won't be running for awhile.
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Criqet

I like to shoot outdoor landscapes, fractals of nature, abandoned buildings, historic graveyards, unusual scenes or asymmetrical things and bokeh (strange because all my life I have been obsessed with symmetry) as well as some portraits and people but only as a "snapshot". It is a rare achievement when the photo comes out as I saw it in my "minds eye". Thanks for viewing my stuff and please visit my web site at ToXic Blonde dot Com

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