It is just mid-summer and this is the current state of many stillwaters in Australia. It may take a while for the Chironomids to recover.

Millbrook Lakes, Victoria, Australia.


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Camera manufacturer NIKON 
Camera model E3700 
Exposure time 1/217 s 
Lens focal length 5 mm (~35 mm on 35 mm film) 
Lens aperture f 4.8 
ISO 50 
Date and time of original 2007-01-12 12:37 
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From: Dave Cook · djcook·at·  Link
Submitted February 28th 2011

Original photo was taken Jan 2007. It is now Feb 2011 and you should see this lake now. It has just filled to overflowing in days and 50 tons of weed has already been removed for angler access. The small native Gambusia baitfish are in for a shock as they now have nowhere to hide from the large brown and rainbow trout.

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