3 June 2013: What a stunning silhouette sunrise this morning. I really didn’t expect to be paddling amongst crystal clear skies and sub zero temperatures after the rainy weekend that we just had. I can tell that we are definitely in winter now as my finger and toes are still thawing out from this morning’s frosty float on Lake Burley Griffin. I always return back so calm and peaceful after a paddle into the wetlands. How could you not when there are so many stunning silhouette reflections. I hope that you enjoy the photos.
The morning began with crystal clear skies and calm conditions.
That would produce some amazing reflections.
I even had the privilege of a Pelican escort into the wetlands.
I love starting the day like this 🙂
What a stunning silhouette sunrise!
Pink tones to the west.
Everywhere you looked there was brilliant reflections.
I decided to hang out with the locals for a while.
The beginning of a new day.
It was nice to feel the warmth of the sun as it was minus two and the fingers and toes were a bit snappy.
The swans can photobomb me as much as they like!
The suns up and the morning was off to a flying start
“Life is to be enjoyed, not endured” Gordon B. Hinckley