Russell Crowe shows incredible impact of recent rain on his property
Hollywood star Russell Crowe has shown the incredible difference rain has made on his rural NSW property, only a few months after it was destroyed by a bushfire.
Located 25km northwest of Coffs Harbour, Crowe resides in Nana Glen which was affected by the recent bushfires in November last year as it destroyed homes and land along the way.
The actor owns 400 hectares of land around the area and said at the time that he was “overall very lucky” that his home was saved.
At the time, the fire had left his property completely blackened, as everything from the trees to the grass was burnt to crisp.
But due to the heavy rain the state has seen in the last few days, his home has gone through an incredible transformation.
Taking to Twitter, Crowe posted photos of the before and after.
My place 10 weeks ago after the fire had gone through, and this morning after a big weekend of rain. pic.twitter.com/oOWz0gG5hp
— Russell Crowe (@russellcrowe) 19 January 2020
“My place 10 weeks ago after the fire had gone through, and this morning after a big weekend of rain,” he wrote.
The first photo which was taken 10 weeks ago shows the entire area completely burnt, a complete juxtaposition to the most recent photo which was snapped this morning where the grass has turned a vibrant green colour.
The Hollywood heavyweight wasn’t in Australia at the time of the fire but returned home to inspect the damage and rally a crew for the clean up.
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