This may look like a normal picture of a house, but take a closer look. There should be a dry road in front of the house but it's been flooded by heavy rains in southern Australia.
Several towns in the state of Victoria have been swamped by days of downpours. Hundreds of homes and buildings have been flooded, with some towns being totally cut off.
Parts of Victoria have suffered drought conditions for years, so many welcomed the rain at first. But as the storms kept coming, other problems began.
Rivers started overflowing and rescue workers are having to use dinghies to bring people - and pets! - to safety, like Stuart and his dog Gypsy in Wangaratta.
Herds of cattle are struggling to find dry ground on the flooded farmlands.
But some kids are trying to make the most of it, like these brothers in Shepparton who tried to take their canoe out in their flooded garden!