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Thursday, February 4, 2010

ONE OF THE GREATEST SHOWS ON EARTH - AUTUMN STILL RUNNING, EVEN IN SPRING

LUCY CORRANDER - PICTURES JUST PICTURES - ONE OF THE GREATEST SHOWS ON EARTH - AUTUMN STILL RUNNING EVEN IN THE SPRING - FEBRUARY 3RD 2010 - SONY DSC06045CR

This photo was taken February 3rd 2010

5 comments:

ADRIAN said...

Lucy lovely image, maybe autumn where you are, can assure you it's still cold up here. Brass Monkeys Cold, not a leaf to be seen, should have stopped down south but was missing winter, cheers

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Adrian.

I sympathise with you feeling homesick for winter. This is the first year since I moved down south that I have experienced anything remotely resembling it. Trouble is, I've been down here so long now, I think I'd find properly hard winters a bit of a shock to the system and rather a challenge.

I expect you will be back south at sometime, maybe when the days grow longer?

Lucy

Hermes said...

I see what you mean, but a lot of those leaves look like new growth. Definately milder here today.

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Hermes.

Milder here too - but it doesn't want to stop gently raining.

Old leaves and new growth - bramble leaves have remained all through the winter and there hasn't been a moment, even in the coldest weather, when something hasn't been new and growing. Buddleia leaves have been like little bows all the way through. Nature didn't stop for a moment's rest!

Gorse (well, there's always some gorse thinking it's the right moment to flower!) is bursting out yellow at present.

There seems to be brief lull in nettle activity but that appears to be the only concession the relentless creep of green is making to the season.

Lucy

Rinkly Rimes said...

It's always interesting when the seasons overlap.

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