Well it turns out that the 6.0 quake was in fact a 6.3, the same size as the quake in February. Thankfully I had the camera at home this time so the pictures are a little better than the February ones. (Click all images to enlarge)
Here’s about the extend of the “damage” we appeared to have had from the 5.7 (upgraded from 5.5) pre shake. I thought I’d leave it for Tim to straighten up. He’d been out at the range for the morning and he came home after feeling this “small” shake and was heading home when the 6.3 hit.
This is what he arrived home to…
And here’s where I was at the time. It was safer to stay setted, hold on and hope for the best.
And after the shaking stop here’s what the TV cabinet looked like. The quake shook the top half back and lifted TV and everything else upwards and left by about a centimetre.
And where did that TV end up?
Then there is the liquifaction.
Thankfully there is none on the property itself, but the road had it again, although not as bad as Feb.
and here’s what was under the water in the “right shot”
And here’s what I managed to get done on Turandot before all hell broke lose.
Oh well, there’s not much left to share but I do have one more picture and it’s a little funny, well it is to me