The wolf was standing there for 1-2 minutes, then it disappears in the woods... but when i was passing the spot where he was "posing" , he repeated the same trick but then behind me !I did not know there were wolves in the Netherlands. What did it do after it saw you and posed so nicely?
Yesterday, we had at least four lots of torrential rain, then bright sunshine in between, and cold as a Mother-in-law's kiss and windy all day.Queensland University did a study of BoM (bureau of meteorology) predictions, and found that a forecast of "Just like today" was more accurate ...
That's specially so here in Melbourne, where we have weather, not climate! Our weather is a standing joke throughout Australia. I discovered the truth of that 40 years ago when I moved here from Adelaide (and grew up in Brisbane in SE Queensland). Both Adelaide and Brisbane have climate ...
It's been like that lately here in Auckland. It's still in the temperate zone but it's much more humid vs Melbourne. It can be scorching hot with UV 13 in the morning, then on-and-off torrential rains in the afternoon and freezing cold in the evening.Yesterday, we had at least four lots of torrential rain, then bright sunshine in between, and cold as a Mother-in-law's kiss and windy all day.
However, the 8 kW solar panels still managed to generate 28 kWh! Go figure.
They're back since last year, migrating from Germany, for the first time in ....150? 200 years?I did not know there were wolves in the Netherlands. What did it do after it saw you and posed so nicely?
Beautiful composition, shame about the ISO... Must've been quite an encounter.