A touch of frost

Posted by barbara on August 25, 2017


Frost on the fields and roadside trees


For Australians living on the east coast, especially in big cities, the opportunity to experience a frost is increasingly rare. Not so for inland residents across the 'Sandstone Divide', including the good folk of Goulburn, Canberra and surrounds.

Check out my photos taken on a foggy early morning in late July 2017 on the back road out of ACT's Queanbeyan to NSW's Nowra via Sassafras.


For a brief period of time, before the sun gets through, the grasses are coated in frost.


Every tree branch and twig are frost rimmed




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