April 20th, 2006 at 10:14am
Yesterday around the middle of the day I had a leisurely stroll around parts of Braddon and Reid, in an effort to document Autumn in Canberra. Autumn in Canberra is a time of contrasts and a time when leaves start to fall. Some plants manage to drop their leaves before others even get started changing colour, some don’t change colour at all. This mixture produces a spectacular natural scene of beauty, one that is best expressed in pictures.
I was planning on taking these photos on Tuesday, but a certain event involving stairs and gravity prevented it.
So here I present you with 28 pictures of Canberra in Autumn, taken in the full glorious light of the middle of the day.
Beautiful isn’t it?