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  1. A few days ago I scored a little 10W Cool White LED Flood Light off Ebay for $10 and it arrived today Mind the messy wiring job. I got it just to experiment and have a play with. But so far I am really liking it. Its only slightly warm after a few hours of running. The light is very bright, and gives the tank a really clean, crisp look to the eye. I've set it up over the Betta Barracks instead of a simple desk lamp ahahaha. Kinda hoping that it will nicely support some small easy going plants.
  2. I thought I would start a thread so people can tell everyone how there creeks are doing after the recent floods. I went down to Cedar Creek for an hour this morning. Its still very fast moving, and deep, and the whole scape has changed completely. As for fish life, it seems to have not been impacted at all. There are heaps of Doublayi fry, juvies and even a few adults in my normal spot I go to catch them. However, they are hard to get as they are sitting just out in the current, floating downstream, and its about 4 foot deep. There are also heaps of smelt still, gudgeons, a nice 30cmish Eel Tail Cat Fish, and plenty of glass shrimp, and fresh water prawns. Might go check out Bulimba tomorow morning. I did check it about three weeks ago, again fast flowing, but it seems to have held together very well.
  3. I thought I'd share a few shots I took today from around the local area. Feel free to post any shots of your own to show others some of the flooding or devastation around your neck of the woods? Also, best of luck/wishes to anyone affected by this event and I truly hope for a speedy recovery for any involved. The 1st couple are just around the corner from me. Tansey Park. This shot is made up of 4 images stitched together. The river is actually on the other side of the trees in the distance. Captured from the same spot but in the opposite direction. That's the Logan toll road overhead. Tansey Drive underneath. There is actually 5 shots stitched into this one. This is the Logan River Parkland looking from the corner of Blackbird Street and Peacock Avenue. That's Blackbird Street under water to the right. Logan River Parkland Playground Equipment etc. I thought this was ironic. Anyone for a seat? Blackbird rd. Logan River carpark,boat ramp etc at Eagleby side of Gold Coast freeway. Clark Rd
  4. Bit of safety for anyone worried about sumps or large systems OzSpy Security Solutions and Surveillance Equipment - Swann Anti-Flood Alarm
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