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Clouds


The clouds looked especially interesting on this day, as I started off on a walk. Clouds are highly temporary freeform structures of water molecules that are the result of the atmospheric conditions, and the nature of water molecules. Clouds are fascinating. Often, I can see them moving and slowly changing their forms. I find speeded up movies of clouds to be fascinating as well, because I can then watch the changes with a clearer understanding of what is happening. I have often thought that it would be fascinating to be in a balloon, floating along with the clouds. The balloon would be like a raft, constantly moving along in the direction of the prevailing winds. I often see on the weather reports through the satellite animations just how quickly various weather fronts can move across the entire country (usually in the span of two or three days).

 

 

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A Bee in Prunus Blossoms


I watched a number of bees busily visiting the myriad of flowers on this tree. Each bee seemed to use a different pattern for which flowers it was going to visit.

 

 

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View From the Top of the Local Hill 1


Looking back from the top of this hill towards the city of Adelaide. There is a lovely sense of space felt when I'm up on top of this hill.

 

 

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View from the Top of the Local Hill 2


This view was seen from the native scrub side of the row of trees that grow along the top edge of the local hill.

 

 

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