Here is another picture from during the weird windstorm this afternoon.
After weeks of hot, sunny weather, we had a crazy windstorm in these parts today. Here is the state border between New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. It was a weird afternoon.
It seems autumn has forgotten to arrive in Canberra (although there are some seasonal colours around now). Our temperatures are still in the high twenties and early thirties every day, and look at the blue skies we have!
Travelling inland and homewards today the sun got brighter, the sky got bluer, and the temperature rose and rose. It’s so hot and dry in Canberra, even though we’re well into autumn now.
This Victorian era cemetery sits on top of a cliff in Moruya Heads. any of the headstones have fallen and broken, but they still mark the graves.
This was Easter Sunday afternoon.
Shelly Beach at Moruya Heads yesterday afternoon.
We spent the Easter long weekend at Broulee on the New South Wales South Coast. The weather changes so fast at the beach – as you can see with the contrast in the sky from one day (and even hour!) to the next.
The best thing about the South Coast is how unpretentious and underdeveloped it is.