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What It’s Like Living Through One of the Worst Floods on Record

Northern New South Wales after the deluge

Mullumbimby, Australia, March 2022. All photos courtesy of the author.

On the sidewalk in front of the local music shop in the town of Mullumbimby, Australia, two women in short overalls and T-shirts wipe down ukuleles and violins and place them carefully atop their canvas cases to dry. A parade of a…




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Fleur Brown

Fleur Brown

Author, Creative Entrepreneur, Founder Entrepreneurs TV & Launch Group, Founding team TEDxSydney

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