Australia · Mount Warning · Tweed Valley · winter

The Blue Mountain on a Cold Winter’s Day

Today the weather turned cold, with strong westerly winds blowing away the last of the leaves off our deciduous trees. Mount Warning and the ranges were blue today, darker shades of blue in the morning and lightening in colour as the day progressed.

I took photos of the mountain, ranges and valley from the front of my house today. Our land slopes down from the road, so the closer to the front boundary I walk, the wider the view of the valley I can see. From the top of the hill, I took a wide photo of the view before me. Once I had cropped out the roof of our house, the photo shows more of the expanse of the ranges to the south.

And a photo shoot of Mount Warning isn’t complete without a close up!

 

 

 

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