Wednesday, 21 December 2011


The Winter Solstice occurs at 5.30 tomorrow morning.  The sun will be overhead around the tropic of Capricorn and will be at it's lowest point in the skies of our northern latitudes.
After a night of rain and rising temperatures, the weather had cleared enough for us to get a good walk this morning.  Indeed, as we walked towards the lakes of Straw's Bridge, the sun came out.  This caused the millions of water droplets attached to the trees and grasses, to sparkle.
A tricky subject to take photographs of and one which has not come out too well.
As the mist began to rise, the sparkles got better in the very low sunlight.  Beautiful!
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