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Friday, September 02, 2011

Skywatch Friday



Spring blossoms and blue skies make this time of year in South Australia great.

12 comments:

Tony said...

Skywatch Friday?!? All I can see is bloomin' flowers! (Bloomin' flowers - ooo, that's a good one.)

Red Nomad OZ said...

The fragrance is pretty amazing too - whatever happened to 'Smellavision'??!!

Red Nomad OZ
<a href="http://rednomadoz.blogspot.com>Amazing Australian Adventures</a>

Sylvia K said...

Lovely spring skies, gorgeous flowers and I'm jealous! Our "spring" didn't even show up here in Seattle until about two weeks ago!! A terrific capture for the day, Colin!

Sylvia

Judy said...

One of the things I like about the internet - we are starting to see autumn, and you are showing me spring flowers!! How cool is that?!

From The Heart said...

The flowers are beautiful! And we are going into fall..you are going into spring..is that not amazing!!
Shirley

msdewberry said...

Nice blooms. Hard to believe you are going into spring and here we are heading too fast into fall.
I have cousins in Adelaide, nice to see some photos from their neck of the woods!

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous capture!

Sky Writers, have a good weekend.

Arija said...

You certainly have captured the epitome of spring.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

It still boggles my mind that the seasons are reversed in other parts of the world.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Lovely composition in your photo.

Regards!

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