Sunday, March 8, 2009

Canberra in the autumn




I'm cheating slightly; these images were taken a couple of years ago at around this time (my youngest brother, in the fog of the first photo, is much larger and man-like -- they grow up so quickly!). But the fact remains that I love Canberra in the autumn. Blue skies, a slight (or major) chill in the air and falling leaves.

I've been in Canberra visiting my family this weekend. It's been lovely, and it's given me a small break, away from my life, to re-stock and quietly re-examine where I am in that life.

On top of that, obviously, I've been able to spend some time with my much-loved family, which is always a very worthy way to spend my weekend!

And so I feel (just vaguely) re-invigorated, after a week of busy-ness and exhaustion. I might even be ready for my thirteen hour day tomorrow!

4 comments:

  1. we used to live in Canberra too - it is beautiful in autumn - (we had an autumn wedding) ~sigh :)

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  2. Awww now I kind of miss home.

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  3. oh im jealous. i want to spend some time with my family too! its so nice to feel reinvigorated after a weekend away!

    canberra looks so nice, i love the falling leaves and the bare trees. here comes winter!

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  4. Love winter in every countries. The crisp blue sky and the first inhale of the cold air in the lungs are energising.

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