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Re: Picture(s) of the day

Posted: Sat 04/06/2022 18:23
by NZ Thunderstorm Soc
Here's a photo of the image I posted of the Cs cloud with halo last week (Sun 29th May) which was on page 2 of the Timaru Herald today.

Re: Picture(s) of the day

Posted: Sat 11/06/2022 22:15
by NZ Thunderstorm Soc
Here's photo I took of a rainbow in Greytown today.

Re: Picture(s) of the day

Posted: Sun 17/07/2022 20:36
by snowstormwatcher
Panoramic image from Lake Clearwater on Saturday

Re: Picture(s) of the day

Posted: Sat 06/08/2022 18:19
by NZ Thunderstorm Soc
Waihi river today.

Re: Picture(s) of the day

Posted: Sat 06/08/2022 19:29
by Orion
^ Normally shallow and clear, isn't it.

Re: Picture(s) of the day

Posted: Sat 06/08/2022 20:18
by NZ Thunderstorm Soc
Orion wrote: Sat 06/08/2022 19:29 ^ Normally shallow and clear, isn't it.
Yes. After the May floods of last year, they did a lot of work on the river through Geraldine by strengthening the banks of the river for when the river flows like it did today. It has burst it's banks on the odd occasion many years ago with excessive water from it's source up the Waihi gorge area washing out the old footbridge from where today's photo was taken today.

Re: Picture(s) of the day

Posted: Sat 13/08/2022 23:20
by NZ Thunderstorm Soc
Mt Peel this afternoon.

Re: Picture(s) of the day

Posted: Sun 14/08/2022 17:10
by tgsnoopy
NZ Thunderstorm Soc wrote: Sat 13/08/2022 23:20 Mt Peel this afternoon.
The snow is nowhere near as low as I was expecting. I used a small plastic bottle with nozzle, yellow food colouring in water to write in snow: "Don't eat yellow snow" on the side of the road somewhere in my travels (It's one of my winter traditions going back over 40 years, just once a year). Was Oamaru last night, Benmore, Aorangi Mt Cook, through to your patch & back to Timaru tonight. I think Tasman Glacier has lost a lot of ground from what I recall & will later compare it to photo's taken 22 years ago.