Friday, July 24, 2009

Guess the Season


SKYWATCH
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GUESS THE SEASON!

The sky of an Australian winter; imagine a chilling breeze
But all the leaves left growing on the eucalyptus trees.
We rarely see bare branches and yet we often know
That somewhere in the hillsides the rain has turned to snow.
So, although this looks like summer, remember the winter chill
And the snow that's falling gently on some high but distant hill.
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Brrrrrrr here:

12 comments:

J Bar said...

Cool but mostly clear. Beautiful winter snaps.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Grace and Bradley said...

Hard to imaging that it is winter, but it seems like a beautiful winter day. Thanks for sharing and have a nice weekend.

Annie said...

You always have a rhyme for every season...and post! Thankyou. It has been a while since I visited. I have some similar skies on my post today!

Margaret Gosden said...

It certainly feels very chilly to look at. A refreshingly different skywatch photo!

Darlene said...

There is no chill here. Today the high was 96 F. Hot, hot, hot.

Jo said...

What a lovely clear sky - the leaves on the trees do conjure a warm season. Excellent rhyme as usual. Have a good weekend. Hugs Jo - South Africa

Hilda said...

Someone told me it's the cold that produces that crisp, blue sky. I have no idea how, but it does make for wonderful photos. Like yours! Just beautiful. Happy SWF!

♥Itajeff♥ @Something To Share said...

Beautiful & clear sky.
Happy Friday!

♥Ita

p.s. Pls stop by at Something To Share anytime, I just love company.

Tammie Lee said...

Hi Brenda,
You are in an opposite season than us. When you are hot hot hot, I will be posting ice pics for you to coo down. Lovely photo.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

eucalyptus leaves
shudder like frightened mice when
menaced by a cat

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful photo !! Mixture of trees and sky.,..Great..Unseen Rajasthan

Kat said...

That's a winter sky..!!! How interesting. If you hadn't added the coldness by the poem :))) I only see a warm and hot sky.