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More pretty scenery through the splashes of rain.


  1. Very similar to the scenery I saw near the Barrington Tops.

  2. great Australian scenery. Blimey it is raining everywhere. It has poured all day here.

  3. It is just me or whenever you look at these pictures it's like you can jump in the landscape... exactly like a Dyck Van Dyck chalks paintings on the pavement in Mary Poppins.


  4. I love that slash of light through the cloud in the foreground.

  5. Cat, when the light is right it does give the landscape a different dimension.

    Diane, we've had a few days of sunshine :-)

    Winam, yes they are quite similar, I guess relatively close to each geographically.

    Julie, ah light and clouds the photographers friends.


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