Sunday, September 27, 2009

It Came Out of a Dust Storm

A huge outback dust storm swept eastern Australia and blanketed Sydney
on Wednesday, disrupting transport, forcing people indoors and stripping
thousands of tonnes of valuable farmland topsoil.

Yeah I think that's the Sydney Harbour Bridge

The dust blacked out the outback town of Broken Hill on Tuesday, forcing
a zinc mine to shut down, and swept 1,167 km (725 miles) east to shroud
Sydney in a red glow on Wednesday.

Circular Quay overlooking the Sydney Harbour Bridge

By noon on Wednesday the storm, carrying an estimated 5 million
tonnes of dust, had spread to the southern part of Australia's
tropical state of Queensland.

The Paul Bowler Bridge over Narrabeen

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is just visible through the Palm Trees

Luna Park Fun Park below the Sydney Harbour Bridge

It Came Out Of the Dust Storm (Click to enlarge the photo)


Peter said...

It came out of your twisted mind!!!!!!!!

Puss-in-Boots said...

Very good, Warren...I have to agree with Peter...