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Meteorologically its Autumn

Meteorologically its Autumn….well it is September the 1st…. but there are few signs of the real Autumn that has to come.

One sure sign that is getting more noticeable as each morning passes is that the sun is getting lower in the sky.  108 more words


September....Here already.....

Seasonal Flowers

September 1st…here already so we will soon be heading for autumn.

So best make the most of the summer colours we still have both in our gardens and the countryside.

1st September

(C) David Oakes 2015


Weekend Walk 62 – Alresford to Kilmeston Down – Wayfarers Walk

Into the South Downs National Park after heading south from the market town of New Alresford (my new home town). The Wayfarers Walk then passes through Tichborne, across the small at this stage River Itchen, Cheriton, Hinton Ampner, Kilmeston and then up onto Kilmeston Down for a spot of sheep herding, and Mill Barrow Down.


A Late Summers Dawn by the Lake....

Dawn by Derwent Water

It has been far from summer like weather over the past couple of weeks…..in fact investing in an Ark might not be that bad an idea. 20 more words


The End of the Day looking towards Wenlock Edge in Shropshire

Rain and cool winds these last few days – but still a wonderful place to live. The swallows are starting to gather on the telephone wires ready for their migration to Africa and sunshine for the winter. 20 more words

Anthony J Sargeant

A Shropshire Dawn After Rain

It rained heavily yesterday and the water meadows below the house are cloaked in mist at the beginning of a fine day. 19 more words