March 3, 2013 Summer’s legacy Summer is drawing out with shorter days and a dip in temperature. While we look forward to a respite from the relentless winds, nature conspires through pollination, seed dispersal and a general marching towards Autumn. Share this:FacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Real beauty in very shot.
Thanks for that E 🙂
These are all fantastic captures!
Your summer is very different and very interesting!
Bente, that’s for sure – it’s not the normal “Mediterranean” !
While not among the more important facets of your blog that endear it to me, I do very much like the juxtaposition of your seasons and mine that I see here. It’s nothing more than a natural characteristic of our planet, but still, the fact that you’re seeing shorter and cooler days while I’m seeing longer and warmer is fascinating.
Would you believe that the temperature has shot up again, 96*F today. Fickle weather patterns! I read your post on the cold seeping to the bone, until the discovery of the deer 🙂
You have a great blog filled with beautiful photos! Thanks for visiting my journey, it means a lot! I will be on the look out for your next post!
Thanks J. I have an interest in your wonderful descriptions of Japan. Hoping to travel there later in the year.