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

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