These yellow daisies are still bright and pretty, even though they are fading and will be over soon.
I am back in the north and it is overcast and snowing (it will snow at least a little every day for the next six weeks), but I enjoyed a very nice autumn.
Happy Friday, happy weekend. 🙂
19 thoughts on “November 12’s Penticton Friday Flower”
Glad you got to prolong the fall by visiting Penticton. Best of luck with the snow. I’m hoping our first snowfall will come soon.
Thank you very much. 🙂 I literally haven’t seen the sun since arriving back last Sunday! There’s been total overcast and snow. Would you like some? 😉
I love prolonging fall by shifting West across the mountains, as the leaves fall here. Still supposed to go to 6 in the sun here today. No flowers or leaves remain here. Happy Friday Lynette. Allan
Thank you. We westerners are in a fortunate geographic position to be able to do that! I talked to a friend in Medicine Hat yesterday – they still have 12, 13 C, but Medicine Hat has always had its own little one-off micro-climate.
Beautiful daisies, Lynette and autumn flowers seem to be holding on to their beauty much later into the season this year. It must be wonderful to see the snow – enjoy!
Yes, I agree. Everything is later this year and warmer, it seems. Thank you so much, but I’m not a big enjoyer of snow; once I go back to the south on a permanent basis, I don’t think I will ever miss it. I work in the sub-arctic at 62 degrees N. latitude (same latitude as Helsinki, Finland and Bergen, Norway), so snow gets tiresome, especially when it lasts until the end of May!
Wow! That is so far North and no wonder you feel you’ve had enough of the snow! We so rarely see any in the U.K. and then only for a few days of mayhem!
My mother was from Sussex and I spent quite a few summers there when I growing up but I also spent one Christmas and saw the resulting mayhem when a little snow fell. My home is 2000 km south of here in a valley that might get a little snow in December. I’m happy with that and won’t miss these intense winters when I leave. They are beautiful, and NWT’s best season is winter, but I’m nearing the end of my winter “best before” date. 😉
I looked at the date and thought, Nov. 6, wow, flowers so late. But then I saw the year. I smiled. I think you hit the 9 instead of the 0???
Hahaha. 🙂 Glad you got a smile. I’ve fixed it. The 0 and 9 are next to each other and I used my phone to do the post. Little keyboard …
I’ve done the same thing myself, so I figured that’s what happened, except in my case it was on a regular (big) keyboard. No excuses for me.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it! 🙂
Enjoy the weekend. Bundle up.
Thank you. 🙂 Yes, bundling up is good thing if the wind we had today is anything to go by. It was coming off a glacier, for sure!
What a beautiful touch to a gloomy day.
You’re welcome. 🙂 I took this last Saturday 2000 km south of here. It was a lot warmer …
It’s 90 here in California these last few days. I had already put my summer clothes away!
I would like to have some of that temp, please. 😉