Scary and impressive photo of Cyclone Ita.
Who else finds it difficult to focus on day-to-day activity when a monster storm is bearing down on the coast of your country?
I am the same during firestorms. I simply find it hard to focus on work, What is bigger than a forefront of a storm front bearing toward people and communities and places you know? Knowing how large this section of Australia is Ita is massive despite reports pointing out how it is narrower than Cyclone Yasi. We all want to be on the other side of this, a side where hopefully we draw breath and relax. Hopeful to give thanks that none or at least few were hurt.
Maybe this time, in two days time,we can be thinking of restoring power and caring for cassawari. Please may Ita pass with minimal damage.
Cyclone Yasi Remembered
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