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Friday, 17 July 2015

Antarctic Vortex #2


Today, 17th July, is the 50th anniversary of the big snow falls in New South Wales (1965).

So we should have known that Mother Nature would celebrate by entertaining us with a just as impressive display of snow of its own on this day.  I took the train to Blackheath to see for myself.








She didn't disappoint.

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    1. Thank you for comment and for dropping by Lady Fi.

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  2. I saw the snow on the news today and was thinking you must have had some great snowfalls. It just looks gorgeous! I'm sure if you had to live with months of snow you would get sick of it, but for those of that never get it, it seems beautiful.

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    1. I agree Jayne...constant grey cold weather can be depressing. Today though it was actually warmer higher up the mountain and I found it much colder at home. I feel blessed to have been able to see such beautiful scenes today. Hope it's not too cold your way...I hear it's snowing up north as well.

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  3. I gotta take a train to Blackheath... didn't know it is so beautiful there :D Gorgeous pictures.

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    1. Thank you Rajlakshmi
      It's a nice journey. I hope you enjoy it.

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