The cloud forms that can be seen over inland areas of Australia are very different from those seen along the coast. I’m sure a geographer could tell me why, but my enjoyment simply comes from looking up, rather than knowing just why they are so different. There is a particular kind of fluffy, almost blob-like series of clouds that can be seen as you travel further west. As soon as I see them I know I am going where I love to be.
Having just returned from a short trip to the north and a little to the west of Sydney, beginning in Gloucester, then to Uralla, Inverell and finally turning for home again via Tamworth, I would like to share a selection of these beautiful skies.