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Satilla River Flooding

Uploaded by: swampteach

Thursday February 28, 2013

Waycross, GA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: This house is in trouble.

Manufacturer: Canon

Model: Canon PowerShot SX50 HS

Orientation: top - left

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Artist: Gayle Presnell

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Copyright: [None] (Photographer) - (Editor)

XP Author: Gayle Presnell

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Metering Mode: Pattern

Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode.

Focal Length: 28.4 mm

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11. Skyepony
8:57 PM GMT on March 05, 2013
Great series! I'm featuring this on in my blog a few days.
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10. Willow13
4:05 PM GMT on March 05, 2013
Gayle, you and Laura are doing a great job with your photojournalism of this flood! The Georgia Rivers Network has a monthly Photo Showcase. Each month is a different theme. March's Theme: "Capturing a River Issue in Georgia". Please consider sending in this magnificent photo.
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9. Willow13
1:37 PM GMT on March 05, 2013
Quoting sweebs:
At first I thought it was a collage of photos until looking at it full screen.Super picture!
In the thumbnail, it does look like a collage of photos! The composition and the gorgeous reflections of the pine trees and the colorful roof make this an absolutely gorgeous image of the Satilla River flood. I hope the home is built high enough to stay dry on the first floor!
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8. sweebs
4:16 PM GMT on March 04, 2013
At first I thought it was a collage of photos until looking at it full screen.Super picture!
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7. mcleodglen
2:39 PM GMT on March 04, 2013
nice shot, but i bet it's very humid up there.
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6. swampteach
1:55 PM GMT on March 04, 2013
Thanks for the kind comments and Dorothy, I appreciate that.
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5. nanapoo
4:07 AM GMT on March 04, 2013
excellent weather series!
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4. Willow13
3:04 AM GMT on March 04, 2013
Excellent photojournalism, Gayle!! I'll email this series to the Satilla Riverkeeper. My husband was the interim Satilla Riverkeeper a few years ago, after Gordon Rogers was recruited to be the Flint Riverkeeper, a licensed member of the Waterkeeper Alliance. They still have John, and also, Laura/SunsetSailor on the staff webpage. Clay Montague became the Interim Riverkeeper & Executive Director after Bill Miller stepped down in February 2012. Applications for a new RIVERKEEPER are being accepted until March 15. Please spread the word to interested applicants.
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3. NoleDawg
12:32 AM GMT on March 04, 2013
We got close to 10 inches during February here in the Augusta area, Gayle--after less than half an inch in January. I just hope we can get some in April, when all that yellow pollen coats everything and blows in the air. My wife's also a retired teacher; taught 31 years in Georgia and 5 years in South Carolina.
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2. swampteach
9:10 PM GMT on March 03, 2013
Yes, Noledawg, we did need the rain vey badly. It just came a little too quickly - here and above us. I sure hope it raises the water in Clark's Hill Lake (aka Lake Thurmond) near you. It's our favorite place to camp and boat.
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1. NoleDawg
9:01 PM GMT on March 03, 2013
Interesting perspective on this shot, with all those Georgia pines in it. A shame about the house. After years of drought, February's rains have been a blessing--except in cases like the one you've captured here.
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About swampteach

swampteach

Hi, I'm Gayle. I'm a retired teacher and am very much enjoying all of God's blessings - especially our grandchildren and traveling. My husband and I love to travel in our RV, and though I'm definitely an amateur, I enjoy taking pictures of the amazing beauty to be found everywhere we go. I first fell in love with this site when I used the wunderful radars as a weather teaching tool in my classroom. Thanks Wunderground! Since I retired I discovered how much I enjoy seeing the world through the pictures here. I am so inspired by the beauty captured by you talented people. There's much to learn from all of you. Thanks everyone!

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