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Took bessy (my mate horse) in the floods today and she was golden, I just walked around as I can’t do too much due to my shin splints. @_equinehan rode Gypsy for me today and she was really good for her, might hack her tmr as she’s so unfit atm to do much in the school ☺️ #mare#horseofinstagram#horseofinsta#horse#floods
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10 years ago today, Funchal was hit by the deadliest floods and mudslides to ever happen in this little Piece of Heaven on Earth. Streets turned into rivers, squares into seas... Land and Ocean merged into an unidentifiable mass. Many died on that Saturday morning, 10 years ago.
Here's to this People I admire so much! Here's to the city that started its own rising even before the tragedy had ended!
Here's to the Island that never gives up hope, no matter how difficult things may seem...
Sure, you feel the anxiety striking over whenever this date approaches. Sure, the showers today made us all shiver, but hell... HERE'S TO MADEIRA ISLAND, where my heart belongs!!! #madeiraisland#funchal#20defevereiro#floods#mudslide#strength#10yearchallenge
Heavier than normal rainfall has caused severe flooding across southern Malawi. The government's disaster management department has reported almost 2,500 households have been affected so far.
The affected families need immediate support to construct temporary shelter. In Malawi, homes are constructed from bricks made of clay mud and straw. In order to make these bricks strong enough to withhold the elements the straw needs to be dried out in the sun first. This is difficult to do during the wet season, and impossible to accomplish during a flood.
That means it will be months before families will be able to rebuild their family homes.
Response teams are currently on the ground in Malawi assessing the situation to understand how best we can help families in need. Read more at the link in our bio.
📸 from our response in Malawi following Cyclone Idai in 2019
I was ready to pop after this week...but naughtily grabbed some time running/walking up here and back in the dark with the owls which sorted me out and fuelled my mind and smile. My friends virtual and physical do that too.
After so much talk these last few days about mental health after the sadness of Caroline Flack find your way to cope and continue to talk.
A walk around the local lake shows just how much rain there has been recently. Looking forward to some drier, warmer times.....
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5 double page spread #sketches - the first from a 15x15 cm format #clairefontaine Goldline #sketchbook and the others all from a tiny 10x10 cm format same make - I keep his one in my pocket and it’s great for really quick #fieldsketches on #winterwalks
All these are from the same very short stretch of #lane along the #rivereden - it’s got a fresh sweep of #river sand along it at the moment from the #floods - makes me realise that the fact of it being temporary river bed makes for it’s beautiful sinuous form - a delight to #walk along .... real connection and #senseofplace
Communities in Mozambique are facing flooding in many parts already impacted by Cyclone Idai nearly one year earlier. Over 71,000 people have been affected so far. Teams from Mozambique Red Cross are delivering emergency relief items to hundreds of families. 🙏
We are so fed up with this winter, it’s been rain rain and more rain 😩🌧 It feels like we are in a never ending battle with mud, something we battle with every year, only this year has been worse than ever!
We have been looking for a solution to the worst affected areas of mud (gateways, around feed troughs and in front of field shelters) for a long time, and we think we may have finally found a solution! We just need your help to make it happen, to make every winter from here on a happier one for our animals 🐮🐴🐑🐐🦃🐷🦙🐾
Please check out our appeal on the link below, share it far and wide and donate if you can. Winter is a difficult time here at the sanctuary, but we would love to make it a little bit easier for our residents ❤️ Thank you!
Severe flood warnings remain in place in the wake of Storm Dennis, with more rain expected to fall later this week.
The Environment Agency said downpours have swelled rivers to ‘exceptional’ levels in parts of Britain. Communities across the country are counting the cost of the weekend’s storm, which left hundreds of properties flooded.
Among the worst affected areas were South Wales, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Shropshire where major incidents were declared.
"Fires starting their own fires, floods, war, and now a killer flu...this is the end of the world." A local prophet has caused fear and havoc among the villagers of Barham by predicting the world is coming to an end.
Jacob Thompson, aged 103, only speaks 10 words a year on average. But those words are respected throughout the Elham Valley.
After reading a newspaper for the first time in months, Jacob Thompson, 103, looked up and said, "BLOODY HELL THIS IS THE END OF THE WORLD?!" Being known locally as a very wise man, or at least a very old man....which is kind of one-in-the-same, Mr. Thompson's words are trusted.
He previously predicted that it would be wet one year, he predicted that there would be an election another year and once he predicted that England would win a penalty shootout.
Some have suggested it is coincidence but others say he is blessed with the eyesight of the Lord.
In a short few months we have gone from drought to fires to flooding - each devastating in its own way. The poor wildlife has been paying for all three of these weather events.
This sweet couple were captured after the baby (Fey) was seen falling from a broken branch in some high winds. Her Mum (Tina) came back to get her but the fall was significant enough we felt the need to capture them and check them out.
Thanks to a clear work up on each of them, and a few days in observation @currumbinwildlifehospital , they have both returned to Lismore for some TLC for a week or so before it's time to head back out to the wild.
Please call our 24 hour hotline 66221233 if you find a koala in the Northern Rivers sitting on the ground, perched low in a tree or looking dazed. They've been through so much lately and still need so much help!
Thank you for everyone's kindness and understanding during this crazy time. And special thanks to our volunteers continuing to go above and beyond every single boiling hot/soaking wet/sticky humid day. We love you so much for all you do.