Winter skies on a Sunday


Wind chill extreme..hands froze doing these but the views were worth it..snow was coming and it waited for nobody.

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Views towards Castlemaine

 

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Views towards Daylesford

 

 

 

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Views towards Castlemaine

 

 

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Farmhouse and stormy skies towards Castlemaine

82 thoughts on “Winter skies on a Sunday

    • Thankyou sweets..was uber cold..brrr off to bed to warm up..the power will be out tomorrow as they replace old power lines..best i stoke that fire!! brrrrrrrrr and btw we just missed the snow that arrived..dang! xx

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    • Thankyou Rachel..damn cold and frosty at the moment but indeed still a pretty darn nice part of the world..will pop round to visit Speedy next week..no power most of tomorrow..urghhh xxx BEV

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    • Thankyou so much..melting hands will be on the agenda here too before we know it..i am making the most of the chill..mid 40’s does my head and hands in! πŸ™‚ hugs Fozziemum

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    • Hahahah thankyou Ellen i think i have got it back πŸ™‚ Phew! and yes i prefer to keep warm than trying to cool down..you can only take so much off before it becomes indecent πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ xxx

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    • Hahahaha Sue Polly and Honey thankyou πŸ™‚ i know a few folk find it hard to picture..our alps get snow and even some low lying places have seen it..down to about 500metres.. the wind chill this day was insanely cold..but the skies are at their very best when weather is rough πŸ™‚ have a super week girls πŸ™‚ loves Bev xxx

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    • Marg thankyou so much..yes it is still pretty in winter ..cold but pretty..some of the best shows from nature are in extremes…brrrrrr have a super week and i will pop over and see what the furries are up to now i am up and on the go again πŸ™‚ hugs Bev xx

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  1. Oh, Bev, these photos are wonderfully evocative! The lighting and composition are amazing! So glad you are back, dear friend. πŸ™‚ (And yay, Team Nikon! Haha!)

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  2. Yous knows, the sky does not look cold…but then, it does not look hot either… but in all your pictures it does look fabulishious!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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    • Thankyou Caren πŸ™‚ the views face Castlemaine which is maybe 20 minutes away from this spot..we live 5 minutes from Castlemaine a gorgeous town founded during the gold rush…first gold was found at Barkers Creek which is where we live πŸ™‚ we were just out of Mt Franklin in this pic and the views are stunning..thanks sweets πŸ™‚ xxxc

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  3. Lovely photographs – excellent subjects. I am having so much trouble with my new camera at the moment I am thinking of going back to my Sony point and shoot. It’s not the camera ( A Canon EOS ) it’s me. Never mind – persevere!

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    • Thankyou so much Edgar for the lovely compliment..i have those very same days..i blame the camera when i know it’s me πŸ™‚ i find googling forums very handy and online free tutorials…my camera is certainly no expensive model but has been a wonderful way to learn..albeit super frustrating..perservere as when tbe penny drops it is amazing what you can do…i learn new things every day..mostly that i am impatient πŸ™‚

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    • Pam thankyou so much for the compliment…i love how natures moody is sinfully mesmorising…i have been tempted to one day visit Tornado Alley and capture her beauty…you never know..i may grab you one day and we can go twister trailing πŸ™‚ hugs Bev xx

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    • Thankyou again Pix…i have found the break to be good for learning new things πŸ™‚ and we do have a lot of gorgeous here…and i love to share it…a slightly different view maybe to the usual thoughts on Australia πŸ™‚ xxxx

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  4. We *never* get tired of seeing your pictures our sweet friend. They are totally awesome and out of this world. Nature may take the credit in the scenery but your eye behind the lens is the talent behind the shot. Beautiful! Beautiful! BEAUTIFUL! ❀ Houdini

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  5. bev….these are amazingly beautiful….it’s like I’m …there…..the rays of the sun coming thru the trees; the tread of the tires on the road…I know it’s winter, but it doesn’t look like it….least not like the one’s we can get……do the roo’s mind the snow much ?

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    • Laura thankyou i am glad you are there with me πŸ™‚ indeed it does not look like winter..the chill was minus who knows what..we have a different winter indeed we get snow in the alpine regions of Victoria,New South Wales and Tasmania and even had snow in Queensland..the snow has fallen to about 500 metres on the coldest days so some low lying areas around us have had snow..but not piled to the roof πŸ™‚ the roos have adapted to all the climates here hot and wet..there coats being very dense..they seem less fazed by winter than extreme heat.They look wonderful on the frost covered paddocks grazing and seem to just go with the flow as to where the food is πŸ™‚ xxxx

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