Lake Hume at 4% - 6531

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    4% - Damn! Drought - You're walking on it.

    The Victorian side of Lake Hume, about 5km to Hume Weir.

    Australia is finally having a debate on global warming!

    Murfomurf, peaberrygirl, mikekwaan, and 74 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Allyeska 75 months ago | reply

      please choose 3 of your best fence and water photos and add it to our themed thread in Australian Fences, Gates and Walls!

    2. emuu!!! 73 months ago | reply

      Your photo has been identified as an Australian Elite Image.
      auselitePlease join this prestigious group of talented photographers to display this and your other eligible photographs.

    3. Tim J Keegan 73 months ago | reply

      Thanks Mmargaret!

    4. WWF Climate 72 months ago | reply

      Your image is an excellent representation of the impact of climate change. We invite you to add to the WWF Climate Witness group and tag as "climatewitness". Thanks!

    5. missnoma ... 2006 DEFUNCT see missnoma 71 months ago | reply

      We seriously have to change our way of living, otherwise we just won't be and that is such a shame for all the marvellous creatures that inhabit this planet...

      seen in Climate Witness
      Oh Forgot to say the photography is excellent...:)

    6. Tim J Keegan 71 months ago | reply

      When the oil goes, there will still be plenty of clean green coal! A slow motion train wreck!

    7. -AleckZArt- 67 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called -Only in Australia-, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    8. Rosiecheeks 62 months ago | reply

      Really like this composition. Just had to cancel my first trip to Australia and am so sad. Hope to visit soon.

    9. buckdenton13 62 months ago | reply

      I used this photo in a blog post of mine:

      I gave the necessary "Photo source for attribution" and other information.

      Thank you very much.


    10. Baker (sometimes here) 62 months ago | reply

      Absolutely great shot - really talks to anyone who is has lived west of the divide

    11. johnnyb1954 59 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Australian Pictorials, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    12. staypuftman 56 months ago | reply

      Awesome photo - we are using it in a story about drought conditions in the Horn of Africa - check

    13. herrera_lila 55 months ago | reply

      We really liked your photo and have used it on our site, you can find it at

      The site is in Spanish but deals with all renewable energy issues.

      I hope we have accredited you in the correct way and thanks again for the great shot.

      Please contact me if needed on



    14. missnoma ... 2006 DEFUNCT see missnoma 54 months ago | reply

      Just having another look at this brilliant capture after 17 months...:)

    15. AudreyGarric 52 months ago | reply


      Great shot ! I used it for my blog about ecology :

      I put your name and a link to your gallery.

      Thank you very much.


    16. 50 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called IB Geography Hazards and Disasters, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    17. SpiritualSubliminals 44 months ago | reply

      Great photo. I'm up in Dubbo (NSW) and we've got a dam near here that was until recently at 4% - luckily it's filled to around 90% over the last few months with our wet La Nina year.

      I used this photo in a blog post on climate change and Australian politicians.

    18. museumofworldwonders 38 months ago | reply

      Here is my picture about Global Warming. Please take a look at it :-)

      At December's U.N. Global Warming conference in Poznan, Poland, 650 of the world's top climatologists stood up and said man-made global warming is a media-generated myth without basis. Said climatologist Dr. David Gee, Chairman of the International Geological Congress, "For how many years must the planet cool before we begin to understand that the planet is not warming?" ----- Dr. Kunihiko, Chancellor of Japan's Institute of Science and Technology said this: "CO2 emissions make absolutely no difference one way or the other ... every scientist knows this, but it doesn't pay to say so." (John Tomlinson, Flint Journal, January 19, 2009)

    19. Diana Michaels 30 months ago | reply

      Excellent place, and excellent shot :)

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