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How not to do it

How not to do it

A road extends from the viewer's feet to the horizon. Deep shadows from trees obscure the road surface.
Cannot make out damage due to shadow
Asphalt road extends from the viewer's feet and curves to the right. There is no obvious damage.
Cannot see any significant damage directly related to the event.
Close-up shot of an asphalt surface. One spot is marked with paint.
Do not - cannot see any significant damage directly related to the event, nor can you get any perspective of the scale of defects or the location.
Asphalt road extends from the viewer's feet and extends directly away. In the middle distance is a floodway. There is some water over the road at the floodway.
Cannot see the damage to this floodway.
Close-up of earth and small plants. No obvious damage.
Difficult to make anything out.
Close-up of earth and small plants. There are some puddles, but no obvious damage.
Difficult to make anything out.
Photo taken through a car windscreen. An asphalt road extends directly to the horizon. Shadows from trees obscure the road surface.
It is not possible to see clear damage.
A dirt road. Most detail is gone because the photo is over-exposed.
Unable to see damage due to glare.

More information

Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements - Australian Government

Local Government Disaster Recovery Assistance Guidelines (PDF 1.4MB)

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