Unlike the wet countries that most of my blogging mates live in, Australia is not really known for its lakes. Unless you live in Tasmania or in the outback after a flood. A large percentage of lakes in Australia are really man made (thanks Joanne) reservoirs. Here is a small selection.
No, this is not a Pink Floyd blog.
Some photos added where I tried to be careful not to disturb the scene.
I could not help be reminded of the fantastic 1997 Australian film “The Castle” which may be lost on non-Aussies. I have not enough serenity in my life lately, so this theme could not be more timely. I have many serenity photos, so it was a struggle to decide which one, or more, to add. One it will be though. The serene Lake Eucembene in the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales, Australia. See other serene photos here
The slow climb of Uluru back in 1974. This is no longer encouraged.Slow trade in a fast city, Hanoi, and below a nice slow paddle in my kayak, with a book would go down well here, Lake Eucembene, NSW. See other slow photos here