Wednesday, 25 August 2010

Minus 3


The next morning we headed home. There was widespread frost with the temperature a chilly -3C.

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  1. Viewing slopes like this should be mandatory for each person who lives in the city.

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  2. I can just about feel the chill, with clear sky and a sprinkle of white over the paddocks.

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  3. Too chilly for me but I love the scenery.

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  4. I never see a frost anymore now I am near the coast.

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  5. I so agree with Julie. We might have alot less stress in the world. Lovely.

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  6. I don't have any point of reference when C is used but I'll take your word for it. It looks like you had a great trip.

    I just saw a program about a photographer named Murray Fredericks and the photos he took at Lake Eyre. Tell me what you think.

    http://www.murrayfredericks.com.au/

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  7. Paula, his shots are awesome. Sigh ... I've got a long way to go with my photography.

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  8. Beautiful - frost makes the scenery so pretty! Like a fairy tale:)

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  9. The frost is pretty. Interesting getting to know sub-zero Australia through this blog.

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  10. Minus 3??? That is VERY cold! I never imagine temperatures like this in Australia... When I think of your country it's always hot! :-)

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  12. Beautiful pictures as allways. Keep on takin them :)

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  13. Came upon your blog this afternoon,
    OMG, what amazing photos!!
    Thanks for sharing! Ü
    Barb in Texas

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