It may be cold outside, but it is well worth stepping in to the great outdoors at the moment.
Mother Nature has been serving up some stunning sights with frosty morning views and spectacular skies.
Keen photographer Tanya Galwey has a great knack of capturing the beauty on camera and her latest vision through the lens is set to impress.
She took this morning sunrise snap on June 8 which she identified as a sure sign of rain ahead. She was hopeful that it could also mean snow.
"A morning sky that is a deep pink colour can indicate that there is high water content in the atmosphere," she said.
"I cannot wait to see if we get some snow after this high pressure mass."
Tanya was on the money with the prediction of rain, but her hopes of snow have so far not been realised in the Southern Highlands.
There is still plenty of time. Winter has only just begun.
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