5 May 2013: Orange tones to the east, pinks to west, vivid reds on the foreshore, golden sunrises, crystal blue skies, yellow balloons floating overhead and greens from the trees reflecting on glassy water. What a kaleidoscope of colour Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra was this morning.
6.13am: Out there again to enjoy another LBG Lightshow.
6.26am: Its so nice when the water is so smooth like this.
6.32am: The ornamental pears look vivid and the sun doesn’t rise for another 19mins!
6.50am: The golden glow to the east.
6.53am: Every day is a bonus.
7.ooam: Now I decide to head back to snap a few more shots of the foreshore because the reds of the pears won’t be there for much longer.
They look like Giant Raspberry’s.
Not a cloud in the sky.
Here comes the balloons!
The balloons are such a huge part of the Canberra landscape.
Cruising the Canberra skies.
Crystal blue skies for the remainder of the morning. This is a typical autumn day in Canberra.
You can see why it’s called ‘The Bush Capital’
“Nature has a great simplicity and therefore a great beauty” Richard P. Feynman