Good stuff! I am surprised that the Crouch Bridge is usually covered by water as I don't see the typical shoreline strands around that bridge in the clips. I saw old shorelines in the dam area and the other bridge. The bridges are in remarkable shape and have a sediment load on the old roadways!
Yes, I understand you've been very dry down under. I was just commenting that usually you see a definite set of old water marks (shore lines) and bleached ground when water levels drop in reservoirs. I just didn't see that around the bridge, just a barren rocky slope which gave way to a bunch of scrub trees that didn't show any outward sign of being submerged. But maybe it's such a narrow tight "canyon" that there isn't much wave action in that area when the bridge is submerged. I'll bet the area looks different when the reservoir is full and I look forward to seeing your videos when that happens!Twocalf, as well as the bushfires (watch my two videos of the aftermath and regeneration, if you’d like), South Australia is very dry at the moment. I’ll get some more footage as the dam fills up, in winter, as an interesting comparison.