Melbourne skyline by night.
Yarra River in foreground
Princes Bridge over the Yarra.
In early April
Temperatures have not improved
as we head into winter.
This time last year we were preparing
for a Canadian/Alaskan June.
The weather was beautiful.
Even falling snow on the Columbia Icefields
did not dampen our spirits.
…this hyena greeted us as we left our camp for
a long day of travelling in heat forecast
to reach 39 degrees Celsius.
We are nearly ready to begin a twelve month
countdown to our next African Safari.
Considering our destinations range from 25-28 degree south,
I am already dreaming of warmer weather and sunshine.
Geelong’s latitude is 38 degrees south
so we should be quite a bit warmer.
Although no photos we also had
a family brunch on Saturday morning
to celebrate Mother’s Day.
We were greeted with…
…late afternoon moody Melbourne sky
in early April when we visited Melbourne
for our wedding anniversary
celebration in early April.
The sky’s mood had not improved as
we began making our way home.
I’m starting with the old and ending
with the new this week.
I love wildlife photography and was overjoyed
to see this Crimson Breasted Roller
on my computer screen.
Crimson Breasted Shrike
In May, 1974 I did manage a tour of the
interior of Sydney’s Opera House.
Fascinatingly beautiful was the only way
to describe the interior of that era.
Although an Arabian Desert Sunset
has some appeal for me, all that sand!
It’s everywhere! 🙂
after dark and with a camera in hand.
The only editing has been brightening it slightly.
I have seen many photographers who would
publish it in its original darker state.
My first contribution to
Mid Week Monochrome
Red Hot Poker
King Alfred Daffodil
Finally, two version of a…
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