Wild Wintry Mt LawleyShire

In contrast with last night’s post, todays is grey.  It could almost have been shot in black and white.

It was a wild wintry dy – a delight for a place whose winter has been dry – so dry there is no water left in teh dams that is suitable for drinking.  Perth is no relying on desalination for its water requirements.

But today – wild winds, cold, scattering of hail and heavy showers.  ALl of this meant no sunset – but oh! The clouds!

I didn’t go far, still suffering this revolting cold/flu thing, but I could see enough.

To the west – rain and darkness:

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& yes – that’s rain, & I almost got caught in it:

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In the east, hints of the sunset occurring beneath the clouds:

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& once again – more rain falling, about to drown out hints of colour:

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Then later – clouds in the darkening evening:

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unbelievably – there was a gap in the clouds – very brief, so I was very lucky to catch the early evening moon, still coloured by hints of sunset:

this evening's moon

then the clouds massed again:

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and later – much later, in another clearing: tonight’s moon:

tonight's moon

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2 comments on “Wild Wintry Mt LawleyShire

  1. bulldog says:

    Now that does look cold and wet… I say again, cold and wet… wonderful captures…

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