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Tuesday: Plodda Falls

May 11, 2010

Today, we drove to nearby Plodda Falls.  There is a wooden viewing platform at the top of the waterfall which juts out over the edge of the sheer drop so between the gaps in the walkway planks you can see the water falling 40 metres (apparently it’s that high; it felt more!) down below.

I got a recording of this main, end part of the waterfall but, as is often the case with powerful water flows, it’s sonic character was scarcely distinctive from simple white noise.  Consequently, I walked further upstream to the start of the waterfall which was gentler and grabbed a quick clip before my 2 year old son brought proceedings to an end by shouting “Dadda, home now!”  There’s still some work to be done if my plans to turn him into my field recording assistant are to be successful………

Plodda Falls

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