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Images of Canberra – Frost in Bungendore

By johnboy - 19 August 2008 12

We’ve had some cold mornings lately. Kerces has sent in some pictures of the frost out near Bungendore. Slideshow below.

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Images of Canberra – Frost in Bungendore
OzChick 2:14 pm 19 Aug 08

Very pretty shots.

Pesty 2:12 pm 19 Aug 08

ant said :

Very heavy frost this morning, even up on my hill which is usually above the frost line. You had that cold rain yesterday afternoon, and then whack, the freeze hit.

Meanwhile, Spring is about to hit very suddenly. From Sunday the cold air will leave and that hot sun will take over.

Bring it on! I am over the cold now. I was working in Bungendore last week (even the rodents are running for cover)and that wind was murderous.

The photo’s are beautiful BTW

kkcscdp 1:57 pm 19 Aug 08

Beautiful shoots. I feel cold just looking at those pic’s.

Granny 1:39 pm 19 Aug 08

Surely the good snowfalls can only help our poor rivers (?).
I am glad of the cold (sort of).

The pictures are fascinating – very beautiful!

ant 1:26 pm 19 Aug 08

Very heavy frost this morning, even up on my hill which is usually above the frost line. You had that cold rain yesterday afternoon, and then whack, the freeze hit.

Meanwhile, Spring is about to hit very suddenly. From Sunday the cold air will leave and that hot sun will take over.

Thumper 1:20 pm 19 Aug 08

How bloody cold was it out there!

Thumper 1:19 pm 19 Aug 08

Indeed. And by putting them in they later create/ become habitat for water birds, frogs, etc. And once water reeds get hold, such as bullrushes, the water that flows through is nicely cleansed before re-entering waterways.

Everyone wins.

caf 1:03 pm 19 Aug 08

Just as an aside, there’s actually a reason (other than purely ornamental) for those artificial lakes in new subdivisions – they’re to catch the runoff contaminated with builder’s spoil.

Loquaciousness 12:29 pm 19 Aug 08

Crikey said :

Last time I looked at a map Bungendore wasn’t in “Canberra”.

Taken a drive around Elmslea Estate recently? It has double-barrelled street names, lots of big houses on tiny blocks, and an artifical lake. It may not be *in* Canberra, but some days it sure feels like it …

L

Crikey 12:22 pm 19 Aug 08

Last time I looked at a map Bungendore wasn’t in “Canberra”.

Thumper 12:09 pm 19 Aug 08

Seriously good shot…

toriness 11:40 am 19 Aug 08

v cool shot indeed – no pun intended

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