Project shows faces of floods

THE faces of the floods were revealed this weekend at the launch of the Constellations Project in Grantham.

Photographer and mother of five Tanya Love captured the recovery residents of Lockyer Valley locals after the disaster for the 14 month financial year calendar.

Ms Love said the calendar was aimed at raising money for the community, as well as providing a piece of memorabilia.

“It's a way for people to show the world what was involved in putting their lives back together,” she said.

 

“There is a tinge of sadness involved in everything, but there are also a lot of smiles.”

25 butterflies were released as part of the launch to honour those that died in the floods.

Country music singer Kate Cook, originally from Lowood, performed her new single inspired by the floods Survive.

The Constellations Project sells for $30 will all proceeds going to the flood affected families of the Lockyer Valley.


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