nature, Photography October Flowers Oct 21, 2022 Lynette d'Arty-Cross 18 Comments Beautiful at any time, but especially now with the shortening daylight hours and winter’s imminent arrival. A bunch of sunlight. Happy Friday; happy weekend. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Those are the colors of October. Beautiful.
Thank you, Jacqui. It’s so great that we get this bounty of colour to make up for the dropping daylight hours!
Sun on a rainy day. Happy Friday Lynette. Allan
Yes, that’s what I think, too. It started raining here today, (it’s very light which is a good thing considering how dry it has been) and it has started snowing on the Coquihalla. I am headed back north at the end of next week so I am going to enjoy the rain while I can!
We drive it Monday. Stay safe. Hope it is good by then. Allan
Thanks, Allan. You too. 🙂
That would cheer up anyone looking their way.
Yes, I agree! These are part of a very pretty autumn display outside a favourite restaurant.
I like it when businesses (and private property owners) keep their place looking nice with plants and flowers.
Definitely. Always looks so great.
So right. They are lovely!
Autumn gives us such a bounty of colour; so nice as the daylight fades.
I’m obsessed 😍
Right? So beautiful!
For sure. It’s nice to add some bright colour to the day, especially when it’s cloudy and rainy. After a week of rain, we’re enjoying one last burst of warm weather for the year. It’s supposed to go up to a high of 20C today!!
How great – I hope you’re able to get out to enjoy that! Much needed rain has arrived here and temps have dropped to daily highs of around 12-15. We’ve been getting slow rain, too, excellent for our dry conditions (very little rain for four months). By week’s end I will be back in the north where flurries have already started, but it’s my last working winter there though!
Safe travels on your way back north. I’m sure it feels bittersweet, but also exciting to be spending your last winter there, working and living.
Yes, bittersweet is a good way to describe it. Cheers.