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Sadly it was time to turn North and head home.  At the border we saw the Murray for the last time on this trip.  There had been so much rain the river was up.

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  1. What a magnificent, old gum - centre. I wonder how many floods he has witnessed. It's a shame all the signage have to be a part of the shot, as the colours , stillness of the water and the reflections are just wonderful.

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    1. I likes the signs because it shows that what you are looking at is not "normal".

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  2. The river is up even higher now with all the recent rain we have had.

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