Australia · clouds · Mount Warning · native Australian birds · spring · subtropical weather · Tweed Valley · University

Drama in the valley, after the storm

We had a pretty wild electric storm overnight. I’m not sure how long the rain, crashing and flashing continued, but this morning the valley looked stunning! I could have continued taking photos all day as the appearance of the ranges and Mount Warning changed constantly. The whole atmosphere felt different, washed clean by the rain and shining brilliantly, with moody clouds arriving, swirling, creating some magic, then moving along. Even tonight after sunset, the drama in the cloudy sky continued.

We also had our first visit in the front garden from this year’s baby magpie. 🙂

I submitted one assignment yesterday morning and now I’m madly working on my final assignment which is due at midnight, Wednesday. My eyes need a rest, but the end is sooooo close …

 

5:45am in the valley

 

Condong sugar mill

 

6am in the valley

 

6:45am

 

7am

 

Recently hatched baby magpie

 

More drama tonight in the valley

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