Grass Trees (Xanthorrhoea) on the Munyunga Waraga Dhugan Trail (Murrays Loop Trail) – Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay recovering from the September 2017 Summercloud Fire.
Gone, But Not Forgotten In response to this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge … Gone but not Forgotten On the afternoon of 18 January 2003, the Mt Stromlo Observatory on the outskirts of Canberra ACT was destroyed by wildfire. Standing at the edge of a steep escarpment facing directly into the approaching firestorm – staff … More Unforgotten Dreams
This week's Photo Challenge is – Window If you had been standing at this window on the afternoon of 18 January 2003, you would be gazing at hell. A week before, lightning had triggered a series of bushfires in Namadgi National Park, southwest of Canberra, and tinder dry conditions had made it impossible to control … More WPC: Window
A few more for Ailsa's Theme on Illumination Dawn – Port Arthur, Tasmania Sunrise on Mare Imbrium (Sea of Rains) Dawn at the Carillon – Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra
On Sunday 20 October 2013 the landscape spreads out below Mt Ainslie in the Australian Capital City – Canberra. In all directions, the view is spectacular … Towards the Brindabella Mountains in the west particularly and over the City Centre directly along the main axis of Anzac Parade towards Parliament House. Also in all directions … More Canberra from Mt Ainslie
Mount Stromlo Observatory located just outside of Canberra, Australia is part of the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the Australian National Observatory (ANU). The observatory was established in 1924, and until WWII specialised in solar and atmospheric observations. During the war the workshops contributed to the war effort by producing gun sights and … More Mt Stromlo Observatory