Reflections on the changing seasons, and harvesting the gifts.
Your web postings have been really brightening up my days, thank you. Best Wishes, Cameron.
Thanks Cameron, and glad you've found how to make a comment.
A perfect quote for a winter's day, Juliet, and it works well here in our summer. I love seeing flowers on your jade plant. Something we don't see here. Beautiful!
Yes, it's a quote for all seasons Penny. Aren't the flowers lovely. Last year the bumble bees were all over them, but not a sign this year.
Thanks for the striking photos Juliet. I've been in need of soothing and calming this week and the quote helped me refocus to a more settled place too."My" Melia is still very leafy, although the top of the tree is increasingly naked. The berries on my tree are still green and plump and not so clearly discernable due to the foliage.There is a Melia down by our local dairy and I noticed that it is very bare of leaves but covered in green berries....it almost had a Xmas look to it smothered in green balls.Melias seem to have their own individual rhythms huh?
Thank you Lynley. Isn't it fascinating how the melia trees are at such different stages? I saw some others in a nearby street and they were just starting to turn yellow. I hadn't noticed the berries last year at all, but this year they are so obvious.
This is a lovely post Juliet. Calm and lovely. Love the quote. When travelling to Whakatane I saw a sign as I came into one town the read SLOW DOWN. IT'S WINTER> about driving of course , but I thought it good advice for our living.
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