4 comments on “A smoky day. 1931 and today…..

    • It is a great one isn’t it! Sometimes I just marvel at the clarity of the photos that were in those old papers. Often they are just a black blur but occasionally you find a gem. 😀

  1. It’s interesting that no matter how superior a being we humans think we are, our animal instincts prevail when it comes to the smell of burning and smoke. One sniff and we are on alert, ready to fight or flee. It’s fantastic that the DSE are reduction burning but your noses don’t know that, and regardless, respiratory systems don’t appreciate the smoke. Hopefully the shopping centre respite wasn’t too traumatic or expensive.

    • We were very restrained (amazingly) in our shopping and only bought a few unnecessaries. 😉

      I was happy that the burning was being done but *cough cough*….

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