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First Light on Mount Tate, Snowy Mountains, New South Wales

By BobinAus


Tags: Landscape Australia Dead trees Snowy mountains New south wales Dawn light

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6 Nov 2019 4:03PM
You really got a lot god ones now Bob!
This is also very beautiful. The light on the mountain, and the colors are great!

Arne Smile

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BobinAus Plus
4 2 10 Australia
7 Nov 2019 8:29PM

Quote:You really got a lot god ones now Bob!
This is also very beautiful. The light on the mountain, and the colors are great!

Arne Smile


Thanks Arne. In landscape photography nothing beats being in the right place at the right time. I was lucky to be in the mountains just as a late spring storm produced some interesting scenes.
Bob
28 Dec 2019 8:32PM
Beautiful Bob you nailed another real good shot here ....I hope you and your family are safe from the fires .. has been very worrisome what we are seeing go on in your country this Christmas. Each summer down there seems to get more extreme.
best regards Walt
BobinAus Plus
4 2 10 Australia
29 Dec 2019 11:13AM

Quote:Beautiful Bob you nailed another real good shot here ....I hope you and your family are safe from the fires .. has been very worrisome what we are seeing go on in your country this Christmas. Each summer down there seems to get more extreme.
best regards Walt



Thanks very much Walt for your comment and your concern.
So far Canberra has been safe from the fires and have had to contend only with a the thick blanket of smoke that now hangs over the city each day. Across the country, the scale of human and animal suffering and destruction of property is terrible. Australia swings between drought and heavy rainfall fairly regularly. Large parts of the country were enjoying relatively good conditions not so long ago. But the intensity of the current drought coupled with the extreme heat of this summer have created conditions that are without precedent since colonisation in 1788. No relief is expected before April next year. It's going to be a long and nasty summer.
All the best for 2020!
Cheers,
Bob

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