A Word a Week Photo Challenge : Undulate~~~~

Snowy Mountains

Snowy Mountains

The blue-grey vista of the Snowy Mountains receding in undulating waves into the distance. The aerial perspective creating a dreamy atmosphere. This is part of “The Great Dividing Range” and is the highest point in Australia

The Alps are the only bioregion on the Australian mainland in which deep snow falls annually, but these photos are taken in summer.

Mt Hotham

Mt Hotham

This may look like a powdering of snow, but it is the bare branches of the snow gums, all that remains after a devastating bush fire swept through the area in 2004. Regrowth is only just starting.

Mt Hotham

Jack is standing next to a marker that shows were the edge of the road is when the snow is thick on the ground.


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I think water can also be described as undulating. When the ocean is in a calm and serene mood the waves gently roll in an undulating fashion to the shore.

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A stream undulating over the rocks as it cascades down through the bush.

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Undulating? Well maybe ripples, but I like this abstract photo of water so used this opportunity to put it in a post.


ClairviewThe undulating ripples in the sand formed by the constant ebb and flow of the tide.

Mungo senic drive pc 009_3264x2448Finally the mighty sand hills formed by the wind


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16 thoughts on “A Word a Week Photo Challenge : Undulate~~~~

  1. So many great examples.

  2. A great mix of photos, lovely!

  3. Great undulations, Pommepal

  4. super photos for undulating, your mountains are gorgeous!

    • Thank you Christine. Have you been to the Snowy Mountains? They are far more majestic in reality than a photo can show

  5. Ohhhh, those Eucalypts do look like snow don’t they – trick photography!
    My favourite though is the undulating sand ripples – such perfection for us to enjoy!

    • Thanks Madoqua for your lovely comment, that was quite a sad site to see all those trees burnt and the fire was 4 years before I took those photos, the regrowth was only just starting.

  6. Those abstract patterns on the water and the aereal perspective so well defined.
    You know what I like.

  7. Beautiful pictures!

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