Today when I opened the curtains at about 8:45, I was greeted with white scenery. A hoar frost had covered everything and as the sun came up it made a wonderful sight. Soft yellowed light, long shadows. But no photos. I hadn’t had my first cup of tea.
Later, after Scout’s Judo run and a little light shopping we came back at about mid-day to find the little garden in our communal driveway still in shade and therefore still frosted.
Continue reading “January 14th – a brief nature report, for near Oxford, UK”
Mock orange flowers
shine white in the dark storm light
restless in the wind
The grey storm clouds surrounded us yesterday evening, but only a few drops fell. The wind has been blustery. The moon was hiding. Today has been changeable, and very wet at times (especially when I planned to repoint the patio)
Here is the end of my weather report. Continue reading “Rockall. Malin. Dogger. Finisterre.”
In these parts they say if the ash is out before the oak, we’re in for a soak and if the oak is out before the ash, we’re in for a splash. Continue reading “Country side sayings”
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