Cold New Year? Rewind to Summer…


Thursday 01 January, 2015 by Uncle Spike

It’s a very cold and soggy New Year here in southern Turkey this year. Mid-winter is generally sunny and dry, intermixed with storms. Well, this week is storm week. It has hardly stopped raining, thundering, blowing and lightening for the past few days, and no let up in sight.

Personally I kinda love it; such a welcome change for us – although I won’t be sad to see the sun return in a few days time, I can tell you. So, rather than posting the bleak picture I see out of the office window this New Year’s Day, here’s an image from a while ago 🙂

Happy New Year folks !!




9 thoughts on “Cold New Year? Rewind to Summer…

  1. Happy New Year! All the best for 2015!


  2. Norm 2.0 says:

    All the best for 2015 my friend 🙂


  3. Lynn says:

    We spent our New Year’s in -7 degree Celsius weather, layered up & gathered around a bonfire. Will take me weeks to no longer smell like smoke but it was great fun! Happy New Year Spike!


  4. orples says:

    Photos are their own little time machine. I love it!

    Here is to 2015! May it be a good year for humanity in general.

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  5. dayphoto says:

    Very cold here, also! 7*…snow covers everything and a sharp breeze is blowing. Thanks for the warm photo…it does help!



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