29 November 2011

there is another sky, ever serene and fair

Friday 25 November I

spring morning

morning skies

bushfire exercise

sunrise, mist, golden dawns and a bushfire exercise comprising the CFA, MFB, SES, DSE and various other letters of the alphabet all day long right over my house.

13 comments:

Thrifty Household said...

What amazing photos! Here in Cambridge (UK) it's just grey & cloudy...

driftwood said...

oh my is that the view from your house? amazing !!!!!!!!!!!!! xxx

The Elephant's Child said...

Amazing photos. I love the mist in the valleys and hopefully bushfire exercises are all that will be needed this year. A vain hope probably, but a hope just the same.

librarygirl said...

gosh Suse, magical pictures.
The heli not so much ( but necessary).

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

I don't know how you can bear to leave your house in the morning ! I couldn't tear myself away from that view.

freefalling said...

That second shot is an absolute bewdy!

embracingitall said...

Lovely photos. I could just about wave to you from the hills in the distance (that is if I have my geographical bearings right). Jacinta

fiveandtwo said...

Oh my goodness. That's considerably better than my view of houses across the street.
I do have mature James Stirling pittosporum (never pruned) planted all along the driveway: to shade our house from the west and screen the ugly house next door. They work brilliantly, but are now at risk because the husband gets a bit wet if he needs to use the first car up the driveway. Sigh.

Lynne said...

I heard the noise of helicopters frequently last weekend but that was becasue the Me Hi River had reached major flooding proportions and the motel we were staying in (while trapped in Moree) was only 200m from the hospital!

zephyr said...

Oh, my.
those skies.

Those blades do seem to chop the atmosphere, that penetrates everything.

readersguide said...

Gorgeous!

Kelly Coulson Photography said...

ok... I have to ask... what lens are you shooting with?! These are amazing!

Kelly Coulson Photography said...

okay, i HAVE to ask... what lens are you shooting with? These are amazingly beautiful!