In 2010 the residents of the rural towns of Clunes and Creswick were inundated by powerful floods, three times. This project reflecting on the recovery process was part of a celebration of the ending of the Hepburn Health Services’ Flood Recovery Strategy. Hepburn Health Services commissioned a short film based on audio interviews and stills photography, to celebrate and reflect stories of recovery, survival and experiences as told by eyewitnesses and those afflicted by the floods. Our film, along with a gallery of resident images, formed part of a ‘digital keepsake’ for the community, and was the key part of a micro website hepburnreflections.com.au/. We collaborated with Designscope on this project and the still photography was by Tim Burder.