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By: Mum

Mon, 14 Apr 2008 15:08:35 +0000

Great shots Alec! Brings me back a few years.



By: Alec

Mon, 14 Apr 2008 09:50:45 +0000

I think you'd have to be a much better photographer than me to really capture the effect of the hogs back Geoff. The challenge is size of the image. What I couldn't show was the 250m downstream where the river has completely broken it's banks. Most of the trees are in the center of this mass of flowing water. BTW - each of the images above is a 480 px wide "thumbnail" which clicks through to the original photograph at full size.



By: Geoff

Mon, 14 Apr 2008 02:33:33 +0000

Alec - Those shots of Hogsback are incredible. There is just no way to make people appreciate how much water is coming through there if you haven't seen it in the summer! Folks, that space between the two rocks is a gorge that people climb down into to get close to the water. Just guessing, I'd say the water level must be 8-10 meters above normal. Thanks for posting!