Garden in the subtropics;
Currumbin Valley; Queensland, Australia
Love those powerlines, got 'em in my photos too. Your photos are great!
Two very fine pictures, Titania!For Sky Watch I have the same problem as you have: I can't get out any more from "skyley.blogspot.com" and must swith off Internet Explorer! More, Mr. Linky doesn't work at all, I have to register again but I cannot!!Have a nice weekend!
Hi Titania. Great sky. It's kind of hard to expunge all traces of humankind, even in our nature shots!When are your Annonas mature in Australia? February?
a good friday to you titania...like the sweeping clouds in the second shot and the power lines mimicing them or is it vice-versa?lovely.have a wonderful weekend.
Lovely pictures. I always enjoy your SkyWatch Fridays.
The hues are lovely. I personally don't like the powerlines within the frame but here, along with your description...I'm thinking...it's all right to have those lines!! Great shots!
Thanks Darla.Pietro, thank you for your comment, I tried and tried now I go and try again, I hope it works!Prospero, Yes I was not that keen to have them. Our Anonas ripen in winter, July here. Thank you for your visit.Thank you Erin, a good weekend to you. Sweetbay thank you for your comment.Thank you Kanak, yes power lines are a bit a nuisance, they should be underground! But thanks for accepting them for my tightrope walker!
Titania: Neat photos for SWF, there are a lot of problems with SWF this week and I think Mr. Linky needs to fix them. I was unable to link.
Two wonderful pictures!
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