Monday, August 29, 2005

Happy little creek

Happy little creek at different times of the year, from the same vantage point (approximately):


Late March.


Mid-April.


Now. (Pre-Katrina.)


Flood stage, early April.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...
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Rurality said...

"Just say no" to spam comments, LOL.

pablo said...

Wasn't this the stream you posted flood pictures of some months back?

I suppose even if Katrina bypasses you, plenty of water will fall out of the sky in your neighborhood. Might make for interesting photos, though I'm sure everyone would rather know that you were safe and dry even if it meant missing some good pix.

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TroutGrrrl said...

I found your site through Comment Spamoholics Anonymous, I respectfully suggest that you consider joining...

Seriously, I think you might be the only person I 'know' that is in the hurricane path. Keep you boots handy, I'm thinking of you...

Colleen said...

The picture of the creek in mid-April is beautiful. Do you have any idea how badly you're going to get hit by the hurricane?

I'll keep you in my thoughts.

Ron Sullivan said...

Fingers crossed re: the storm, for you and family including feathered members.

That pleural mesothelioma comment is spam too, and I'm in the mood to wish plural mesotheliomas on the spammer.

weldergirl said...

Your creek is bigger than mine! I'm jealous! After tomorrow though, we may both be waterlogged!

Rexroth's Daughter said...

Hope you are fine there. Thinking of you and wishing you the best.

catherine said...

What a great creek. How wide is it now? Are you and yours okay? How does Jasmine like rain and water in general. I miss her.

Take care. Cathie

Jo-Anne said...

I really enjoy your photos and wonderful stories.

I hope the best for you and your family to get through Katrina.

Wayne said...

Karen, what's the name of your creek? And is that Microstegium I see growing along the sides? :-)

I haven't talked to my relatives in Montgomery and Birmingham yet, but it certainly looks like those most intense rain bands went through there. How is the rain and wind situation there?

Jered said...
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L said...

great pics :)

you know, there's a new blogger setting to prevent spam comments -- you have to turn it on though...

jenni said...

wow! That is a really cool series of photos.

Dana said...

What beautiful photos. Reminds me of the creek in the woods near where I grew up in Warrior. Boy, I miss home.