It’s back up in the thirties in Canberra today, with sunny skies and autumn leaves.
We’re heading to the coast for the long weekend (where it’s going to be cooler). There’s no internet at our accommodation – Australia is just about the world’s most backwards country when it comes to internet access!
However, I hope to have some pictures when I get back. We’ll be at Broulee, where I’ve spent a bit of time over the years. it’s a huge beach and with really only a few locals around – nothing like the more built-up areas to the north.
Cloudy Sunday evening in Canberra.
It was a moody day at the lake in Canberra yesterday, but we didn’t get any rain.
They’re not much yet, but here they are!
The mother possum taking a look at me at dinnertime yesterday. I’m disappointed, because moments earlier the baby had popped out of the hole for a look around – I missed getting a picture of it!
This evening – after dark – she came for a walk around my feet when I was sitting on the steps, and I just saw her about two metres up a tree at our back deck. She’s a very busy creature!
Images from the Kingston Foreshore on Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra on Saturday afternoon.
I needed to be a bit higher up to actually capture it properly, but here was tonight’s sunset in Canberra.