The Sydney Morning Herald, Pictures of the Week, March 3, 2022

The Sydney Morning Herald, Pictures of the Week, March 3, 2022

The Sydney Morning Herald, Pictures of the Week, March 3, 2022

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The week in photos by award-winning SMH and AFR photographers. Follow us on Twitter @photosSMH


The NSW Government has joined in support for Ukraine around the world, lighting the sails of the Opera House in blue and yellow.Credit:Wolter-Peeters


Australians attend the Stop the War in Ukraine rally at Martin Place in Sydney.Credit:Steven Siewert


Taylor and Sarah Moore-McClelland have lost everything in their Lismore home as water levels begin to drop and cleanup begins, following the worst flooding on record. Credit:Elise Derwin


Kym Strow lost his business in town and at home with his partner. Water levels are falling and cleanup has begun after Lismore in northern New South Wales suffered the worst flooding on record.Credit:Elise Derwin


Models wearing Carla Zampatti in Carla’s home in Woollahra, for a fashion retrospective at the Powerhouse Museum.Credit:Louie Douvis


Cars are seen crushed against a fence at the W.Tresise Railway Park in Lismore. Homes and businesses were devastated by the fast-moving floodwaters.Credit:Brook Mitchell


Friends help clean up a business in Lismore as floodwaters subsided on Thursday.Credit:Brook Mitchell


Stormwater runoff turns Queenscliff Sea Pool a dark shade of brown. Consistent heavy rain has led to beach closures due to concerns of a gastro outbreak along the northern beaches.Credit:Brook Mitchell


Dan Streat and his daughter Isabella rescue their chickens as floodwaters rise around their property in Pitt Town. Last year they reacted too late and they lost all but one of their chickens.Credit:Nick Moire


A Lansvale resident monitors the flood water level of the Georges River through her back fence.Credit:Louise Kennerley


SES attends to people in stranded vehicles as floodwaters rise rapidly and cover Mulgoa Rd at Mulgoa Creek in western Sydney.Credit:Wolter-Peeters


Scenes of devastation in Lismore as the massive cleanup begins.Credit:Brook Mitchell


Conor Rigney’s look for makeup artist Jessica ‘Jackel’ Aitchison’s runway show ahead of Sydney’s annual Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.Credit:Wolter-Peeters


Local residents, who were returning to their now secluded Grafton property, attempt to save a cow from floodwaters. Credit:Brook Mitchell


Indi pop group, Cub Sport, will perform on the W Hotel Float during Mardi Gras in Sydney.Credit:Janie Barrett


People gather and sing in support of Ukraine as the Opera House’s sails were lit up in the colors of its flag on March 1.Credit:Wolter-Peeters


The Australian group Camp Cope. Sarah “Thomo” Thompson, Georgia Maq and Kelly-Dawn Hellmrich. Taken for takeoff from the Spectrum.Credit:James Brickwood


Farmers in Pitt Town evacuate farm equipment as heavy rain coupled with an east coast low impact the Sydney Basin. Pitt Town was cut off earlier when the water across the McKenzie Bridge got too deep to negotiate.Credit:Dean Sewell


Dr Rachel Farrelly has nearly completed her orthopedic training and will become Australia’s first Indigenous female surgeon.Credit:Janie Barrett


Russian national Ilya Fomin attempts to set fire to his Russian passport as he speaks in favor of Ukraine in front of the crowd.Credit:Steven Siewert


Matt Cutting stands among the ruins of his home after the flood reaches the second floor.Credit:Brook Mitchell


Klara Djachenko, who turns 100 this year, at a vigil for Ukraine at St Andrews Ukrainian Church attended by Prime Minister Scott Morrison.Credit:Edwina Pickles


An aerial photo showing a property that turned into an island as heavy flooding isolated many rural residents near Grafton in New South Wales.Credit:Brook Mitchell


Chef Maurice Terzini of the Intercontinental Hotel in Double Bay will personally deliver food to hotel guests for two days to understand hotel systems and culture, as part of his new food and beverage consultancy with new owners.Credit:Louie Douvis


Jason and Elisha Shan talk about the number of times Elisha’s allergy management guidelines changed while she was a child for a story about the slowing of the rising rate of children suffering from anaphylaxis.Credit:Steven Siewert


Rugby League great Johnny Raper bid farewell at a state funeral at the SCG this week. Attendees included former Prime Minister John Howard as well as Mal Meninga, Laurie Daley and Wayne Pearce.Credit:Edwina Pickles


Dee Why Lagoon drains out to sea after constant heavy rain. The beaches were closed due to concerns about a gastro outbreak along the northern beaches.Credit:Brook Mitchell

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