If the weather is good, I want to make the most of it. And even though we’re in winter here in Melbourne it has been pretty nice the past couple days. Before work I decided to unwind by doing a slow lap of the river, and here are some shots looking at the skyline as the sun was going down. The city looks great underneath a blue sky.

Happy Monday everyone!



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    1. Looking this up it seems the average temperature in June and July (the coldest months) is around 7 Celsius or 45 Fahrenheit, so nothing like a Canadian winter!

      1. We use celsius here. Yes, we get colder, but not for the length of time we used to get. Shorter, warmer winters, with longer, hotter summers…..sigh……

  1. Have a great week Sam. Those are lovely photos. I particularly like those where the buildings are reflected in the river water.

    1. Thanks Sheree, it is great to have the water in the shot and it is a lovely walk. I hope you have a great week too!

    1. Thanks Tuva, I am pleased you liked the shots and hope they brought some nice memories back of the city 🙂

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