19 May 2010




" In the mornings, a mist rises and wreathes in and out between the tree trunks. On the damp grass lie windfall apples and pears, burrowed into by late wasps. By noon, the sun is high, and it is warm. The leaves are beginning to yellow and curl..."

Autumn from 'Through the Kitchen Window' by Susan Hill






You can see more of my autumn pictures here

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  1. One of my favourite books! Time to get it out for Summer.

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  2. Jenny we are stumped by the second photo, are they loquats? Gorgeous leaves. :)

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  3. Such a lovely description of an Autumn morning. Also loved your beautiful selection of Autumn photos over on flickr. from Jenny McH

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  4. Hi Rose, the fruits are feijoas. We do have a loquat tree but it doesn't produce much fruit yet.

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  5. lovely photos! It's nice to see you easing into Fall as we heat up for Summer.

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  6. What beautiful colors. So soothig as we are blessed with dreary rain. Then the harsh vivid days of summer will be upon us. Good for the warmth and the sun though. Are those Guava in the second pictue. I miss being able to grow them:)

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