I know I have used this photo on previous occasions…

however we do not live in the tornado/cyclone areas

of the world and any mini tornado (whirlwinds)

are over before a camera comes out of the bag. 

This one was photographed at Lekhubu Island

which is in Botswana’s Makgadikgadi Salt Pans

on the North Eastern corner of the Kalahari Desert.


Weekly Weather: Thunderstorm

Weekly Weather



In Victoria’s Western District about an hour and a half drive from my home town is the southern end of Australia’s Great Dividing Range. 

This southern tip is known as The Grampians. 

Nestled in The Grampians is the small

township of Hall’s Gap.

Whether one look’s east, west, north or south,

views of Western Victoria’s

undulating Western Plains…

like this one,

are occluded by The Grampians.

Pic and Word Challenge: Occluded