Reminders of Summer


Thursday 11 December, 2014 by Uncle Spike



Just a few weeks ago it was still summer(ish)




We visited some friends in October who were staying at a small holiday village. It was so utterly peaceful there – it was off season, of course 🙂




13 thoughts on “Reminders of Summer

  1. Lovely, pretty pictures:-)
    Believe it or not, the geraniums and a few nasturtiums are still in bloom in my garden in the UK in December, and there’s some pink roses in a neighbour’s garden! Very weird, indeed.


  2. Beautiful pictures! Wish they were outside my window. All I see is snow…and cold….and winter!!


  3. AnnetteM says:

    Lovely reminder of days that seem so far away now. Actually, with all our bulbs sprouting I am trying to look forward now to spring. Just got this pesky winter to get through first.

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  4. Thank you for this beautiful reminder of lovely summer days. Janet:)

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  5. Nice pictures. I have to say that I am not a big fan of roses. Nasty prickly things that get all sorts of pests and diseases!


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