Wednesday, 23 May 2007

On doit être équilibré, toujours, pendant un jour si pluvieux et venteux

Keeping balanced on a wet, windy day

Aujourd'hui nous allons au haut de la montagne; Mount Lofty. À 2334 pieds au-dessus du niveau marin, c'est la plus haute montagne d'Adelaïde et regarde au-dessus de la ville, ci-dessous.
Encore, il y avait beaucoup de jeunes élèves, qui étudiaient la géographie de cet endroit historique.
On peut voir que la pluie se dépêche ici du Golfe de Saint Vincent.

Today we are going up to the top of the mountain; Mount Lofty. At 2334 feet above sea level, this is Adelaide's highest mountain and overlooks the city, below.
Again, there were many young pupils, who were studying the Geography of this historic place.
You can see the rain rushing-in from St. Vincent's Gulf.


Nathalie said...

Good morning m.benaut!
So you had a wet windy day? We had a cold windy day. Definitely a cold snap!
Will we see more of the view tomorrow? I've been told it's beautiful!

Rob said...

If you light the blue touch paper will that thing take off?

M.Benaut said...

Je déteste certainement l'hiver. Je suis désolé qu'il fasse si froid à Sydney aussi.
Quel paysage aimez-vous voir à Adelaïde demain ?

M.Benaut said...

Herr Schaussengraben,
It is there, no more !!

Rob said...

Just as I thought... you sent it on its way to clobber Old Knudsen on his birthday.

M.Benaut said...

Die ist die Wahrheit, mein Herr

lv2scpbk said...

Nice photo.

Monica said...

I know the weather seems terrible in this scene, but I've got to say I like this photo. It's very intense!

Well done!

dive said...

What an admirable protruberance you have there, MB.
And Mount Lofty is a splendid name for a mountain.

M.Benaut said...

M. le Dive,
You are indeed too aimiable, Sir, in your kind compliment.
Your analysis of this historic monument is pertinent, to the point and spot-on.
Your splendid observations shall not go unnoticed and we may even erect a monument to your good self, should you ever bless us with your honourable presence.

Gerald England said...

At first glance I thought the monument was a lighthouse and it was the sea coming over causing all the wetness.

M.Benaut said...

With Global Warming, we may well see that occur.