Misty Morning in Canberra

Come on, join me. It is hard to leave the warm comfort of your bed but there is a fairy land waiting to be explored. The mist is drifting across Lake Burley Griffin shrouding the world in dreams and expectations of a beautiful, sparkling day to follow, when the sun has chased away the mist.

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The High Court looms behind the flags

The High Court looms behind the flags

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Dew sparkles like diamonds on the web

Dew sparkles like diamonds on the web

Now it is time to head back home for a hot cup of coffee and breakfast.

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  2. Gorgeous photos!

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  3. Beautiful fairyland photos πŸ˜€ I love the frost on the spiders web – very mystical πŸ˜‰

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  4. Lovely and peaceful, Pauline. Enjoy your last few days in Canberra……where next?

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  5. And the blooms on the trees…gorgeous set of photos, Pauline. Glad you’ve had such an enjoyable time.

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  6. oooooo – love misty photos and these were great. I like the different shots and how cool that people just adapt and run in it all – I wish we had more fog and mist here in VA – but oh well. anyhow, have a great Friday amiga

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  7. The whole world seems to be shrouded in mist at the moment – these are lovely peaceful pictures PP. How much longer do you have in Canberra?

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  8. Leave people asleep. Be selfish and enjoy the peace and mist! The photos really live up to your words. Two really memorable mist-walks for me: Cradle Lake in Tasmania and the ruins at Palmyra in Syria. Both in near solitude.

    I’m looking at this post in Bungendore en route to Canberra. Maybe I’ll try to catch mistiness tomorrow morning.

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    • Love Bungendore, hope to get there one more time before we head back home to the GC. I was surprised how many people were walking/running/biking along Lake Burley Griffin in the mist and of course canoeing as well. I love Tasmania too. You would not want to be in Syria now…

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