Summer front (Summer trees ). Photo by rillsrim
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Summer front

Uploaded by: rillsrim

Sunday January 27, 2013

Porongurup, Australia

Caption: This storm moved through and highlighted the beauty of a dead tree in its passing.

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2. ruralartist
1:20 PM GMT on January 27, 2013
Ah yes, a good old summer storm! Hope the moisture comes and does you well. Nice image conveys that moist air.
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1. Kennebunker
11:56 AM GMT on January 27, 2013
Storm lighting is so dramatic - and so is the fallen tree that is fronting it. A lovely image that you did take the time to see, and then to share.
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About rillsrim

rillsrim

I live and work 400kms south,south east of Perth in Western Australia. The area is mainly very large cropping and sheep properties. Throughout the region are large salt lakes, lots of mallee trees, bush and an endless clear blue sky. A dear friend told me once that 'there is beauty in every one and every place, you just need to take the time to see it." Photography helps this happen!

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