I couldn’t get a proper picture from where I am at the moment, but we are having a beautiful evening in Canberra, and similar – but hotter – weather is forecast for tomorrow.
At the moment, all the sulphur-crested cockatoos are screeching as they fly to… wherever they go for the night, and the currawongs are doing their thing. The picture looks peaceful, but it’s very noisy here!
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.
Blue skies and sunshine in Canberra for a beautiful autumn afternoon.
We had a storm forecast for Canberra today, and all the national news stations showed “Showers” symbols next to us on the map of Australia, but… no. It got as cloudy as this picture for a few minutes around 5pm, and now the sun is back out.
We have, however, a family of magpies, a kingfisher, a peewee, and nearly twenty currawongs fighting for dominance in our garden (we feed birds!), and I was nearly deafened by the one in this photograph when I was outside. The call of the currawong is SO loud. My head hurts!