My autumn colours #3


Tuesday 16 December, 2014 by Uncle Spike

This is the third in the series looking at our late autumn colours around the farm.  We get the usual windswept look after each monster storm rolls on through, but nature has its way of bouncing back in full colour within a day…




The bougainvillea gets battered in the winds, but then new flowers appear a few days later 🙂




Apricot trees add a lovely mix to the colours.






A lush green colours the olive groves.




How about this vibrant yellow – these are the leaves of a pomegranate tree about to fall.




And one final view…




11 thoughts on “My autumn colours #3

  1. 3rd photo is incredibly beautiful!


  2. I absolutely Love bougainvillea.

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  3. Beautiful pictures. Makes me want to visit.


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