Arcus layers, Australia
A nicely captured lightning strike provides some backlighting for these arcus clouds, which probably signal the arrival of a storm front.
Australia: Time to use the “toilet.”
Straightforward communication is just part of life in Australia where, daily, I heard newscasters announcing which streets were hosting active speed cameras. “Take it easy driving on Cheltenham Parade today. The cameras are on.” Public service announcements warning about flu season show snot and mucus spraying full on from convulsing noses and contorted mouths. Additionally, in public places, people ask to use the “toilet” rather than the “bathroom” or “restroom.”
USA: “Toilet” = TMI.
Matt was the winner of our #travelstoke Queensland contest, and his visit to Hinchinbrook Island was sponsored by Tourism and Events Queensland.
When you hear people talk in Sydney.
Matador Ambassador Alexandria Bombach shares her photos from The other side of Queensland: Journey into the Outback