Monday, April 21, 2008

A Touch of Autumn in Canberra

A leisurely stroll along the southern shore of Lake Burley Griffin in the autumn sunshine.
Kings Avenue Bridge

Towards Regatta Point

Towards Civic (city centre)

Carillion (Belltower)

Manchurian Pears

Across Lake Burley Griffin

Towards Black Mountain and avenue of National Flags

Across the lake to city centre

Black swans on Lake Burley Griffin

Back towards Kings Avenue Bridge

Claret Ashes and Black Mountain Tower

(If any photos drop out, right click on red cross and on Show Picture. May need to be repeated a few times.)


Kerri said...

Thank you, Alice, for this peaceful stroll this morning. I feel like I've had my morning exercise and can get on with my gardening now!
Those trees, the water, the blue sky...all glorious. The colours in those trees are gorgeous! You certainly know how to frame a photo!
That park is well taken care of and a beautiful area for a walk.

Val said...

Such clear skies, and lovely colours. There seems to be so! We have a few black swans in the UK - Ive seen a couple in Devon, and Kew Gardens had some as a gift from Australia years and years ago.