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#1121711 - 20/08/2012 16:15 Re: Autumn/Winter 2012 Non - Weather Images. [Re: Big_Pete]
Seabreeze Offline
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Registered: 18/09/2005
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Loc: South West Rocks, NSW
South West Rocks this afternoon. Looking eastwards along Main Beach and across Trial Bay towards the Gaol and Arakoon, feat. a scheming flock of seagulls.

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#1123033 - 26/08/2012 16:07 Re: Autumn/Winter 2012 Non - Weather Images. [Re: Seabreeze]
Wild Wassa Offline
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Registered: 17/03/2012
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Loc: NW ACT
There is plenty of snow around, in the Northern Alps. Photo from Fosters Hill in the Murrumbidgee River Corridor, the Bicentennial National Trail (SW ACT), looking over the Bullen Range to Mount Bimberi (1911m). Bimberi Peak is the highest mountain in the ACT and has been well snowed on, all season.




Again, in the Murrumbidgee River Corridor, the Eastern Riverena, NSW ... Red Leg Grass and some fat sheeps.




Warren.


Edited by Wild Wassa (26/08/2012 16:13)
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#1123761 - 30/08/2012 14:01 Re: Autumn/Winter 2012 Non - Weather Images. [Re: Seabreeze]
Sandfly Offline
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Loc: Rockhampton
Originally Posted By: Seabreeze
South West Rocks this afternoon. Looking eastwards along Main Beach and across Trial Bay towards the Gaol and Arakoon, feat. a scheming flock of seagulls.



Wow i'd love to spend an hour or two fishing there
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#1124308 - 01/09/2012 15:10 Re: Autumn/Winter 2012 Non - Weather Images. [Re: Sandfly]
Wild Wassa Offline
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Registered: 17/03/2012
Posts: 412
Loc: NW ACT
Klaus Hueneke titled one of his books 'Kosciusko : Where the Ice Trees Burn'.

I didn't understand what Klaus meant until today. Native Pines sheathed in ice, on the Murrumbidgee River at Woodstock, NW ACT.



My digital thermometer only goes down to -7C. Thank goodness for that. To quote Samuel Clemens 'Cold! If the thermometer had been an inch longer we'd all have frozen to death.'

Another shot from Woodstock Nature Reserve. There is a sizable river under that stuff.




Warren.


Edited by Wild Wassa (01/09/2012 15:14)
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#1125247 - 06/09/2012 17:56 Re: Autumn/Winter 2012 Non - Weather Images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
Wild Wassa Offline
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Registered: 17/03/2012
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Loc: NW ACT
Overnight, it still feels like winter, here in the ACT. Typically, it doesn't warm up here until early to mid November ... so when does this traditional thread view that winter is over and change to a Spring-has-sprung thread?

Some shots from a beautiful day, earlier in the week, before the coming cold front hits ... up in the Brindies.

The land effect on gentle wind and reflected light brightening the water of Corin Dam, outlining what sailors call cat's paws. Mount Bimberi (1900+m) is the main mountain.




It was a good climb to the top of Stockyard Spur. The views were excellent and I certainly appreciated the flat track at the top.

The track up top to Little Genini. We saw very little snow. Although at Prior's Hut there is still a fair bit of snow.




Mount Franklin from Stockyard Spur.




Mount Gingera late afternoon when we came back down to Corin Dam.




Warren.


Edited by Wild Wassa (06/09/2012 17:58)
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#1125309 - 06/09/2012 22:24 Re: Autumn/Winter 2012 Non - Weather Images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
Ken Kato Offline
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Registered: 05/03/2012
Posts: 5381
Ah I'm glad this thread's still going! I'd been meaning to post some of the pics I took back in June of some nice liquidambars & poplars in Stanthorpe & Cunningham's Gap just SW of Brisbane that were late in shedding their autumn leaves, but hadn't gotten around to it til now. So here are some of them:








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