autumn, Vic high country

End of summer, the mountains seem so subdued and quiet – apart from peak times like Easter. Grass going to seed, low clouds bumping through, the shadows getting longer, the sunlight paler, the silence a bit deeper.

Buffalo in the far left corner
cloudscape & fire mosaic, near Mt Tabletop
Dargo River headwaters
clouds over Feathertop
on the Razorback
Mt Stirling
fire mosaic detail, Dargo River

One thought on “autumn, Vic high country

    Jill McNamara said:
    September 23, 2013 at 3:33 pm

    The Cattle and the Brumbies are missing thanks to PARKS ….

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