The breeze was gentle, the fog carassing the land as it slid across it. Thunderbolts Way.
In the dry creek that runs across the back of the Cambrian Campground
BRACHINA GORGE SUNSET
it raised the roof and blew it off. A ruin on the Arden Vale Road, where the roof sits beside the building.
A MOMENT TO SHINE
Watching the patches of sunlight travel across the landscape, as the clouds moved, the sun would cast it's light for fleeting moments on trees, livestock, and the odd ruin that dots the surrounds of this area of South Australia.
They stretch across the landscape, the scratch across the soul, casting shadows.
To the fog as at rises to reveal the landscape hidden in the morning mist. Wollombi Road, St Albans.
GREY, WITH A TOUCH OF COLOUR
Sometimes this is how life can feel, as you step through each working day, as you step through each of your routines. So enjoy your splash of colour when it comes along. Revel in it.
As the sun gets closer to the horizon, the showers off in the distance give us a rainbow. This is the Simpson Desert
As seen from Deons Lookout
CAST A SHADOW
Deons Lookout near Beetoota.
Fairy Bower Pool
Lower Portland, and the Colo River get kissed by the early morning sunlight.
Lifting fog, and sunrise in Sackville, near the Hawkesbury River.
One foggy morning in Sackville, over looking the Hawkesbury River
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