Flow like the mountain stream
Trickle over the rocks.
Seep through the sands
Take with you whatever your momentum allows
And drop anything too heavy to hold.
Let your way be known by the scar you carve through the world
Don’t let any structure built in the way stop your flood from coming through.
I went 46 and 2 on boneyard. I used the tank most of the time but this was my first inconceivable so I’m posting it. I was so close to an unfrigginbelievable. Message me to join a group chat to be notified when someone is hosting custom games. The more people that join, the more people to play custom games with
Und selbst wenn die gesamte Menschheit tagtäglich hüfthoch durchs Wasser waten müsste, scheint sie die Message der Erde noch nicht verstanden zu haben: Wir müssen aufhören zu konsumieren. Werden wir unsere Einkaufstaschen sinken lassen, wenn wir schon ertrunken sind?
An interesting example of a flood with and without a flood barriers. What do you think??? Comment down below 👇👇👇
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We had a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving weekend at Havasupai Falls! We shared three picture perfect days with our dear friends with sun, mist, rainbows, and snow covered canyon rims. We overcame some unpredicted circumstances and met some amazing people in the process.
We had camped at an idyllic spot on an island between river channels. After dinner on Thanksgiving Day, a steady rain started to fall and increased in its intensity after midnight. We became concerned about the possibility of rising water level and woke up every hour to closely monitor the situation. At 3:30AM, our friend Robert informed us the river had broken the bank and reached his tent. Everyone jumped into action and moved all our belonging to higher grounds in the center of the island. There were two campers on a small strip of land next to our island. Their camp was completely flooded and the bridge between us had been washed away. Luckly, we had a climbing rope and were able move them across the rushing water safely to our island. The rain finally stopped by dawn and the river levels began to fall. Getting back to mainland and transporting our gear is a story for another day!
I took this shot of Havasu Falls about 6 hours after peak flow. Even though it had dropped a lot, it was still flowing hard. I found that a long exposure of 25 seconds was best for capturing the flow patterns. It was impossible to keep my gear clean with all the sandy spray everywhere. Needless to say, my camera was (and still is) filthy after this shoot. But the good news is that everyone has an epic story to tell!
Here's a look at flooding on Highway 101 near Chualar. The OES is telling drivers: Do NOT drive through flooded roadways as the can be dangerous. This is the second time Highway 101 has seen flooding in the past week. #flooding#chualar#cawx#flood#highway101
A state of emergency has been declared in Venice, Italy, which is experiencing its worst flooding in 50 years. During high tide, 80 percent of the historic city was under water. Venice’s mayor says a “permanent mark” will be left and blames the flooding on climate change. St. Mark’s Basilica, which is flooded for the sixth time in 1,200 years, is said to have suffered “grave damage.”