Autumn colours, in Winter


Saturday 26 December, 2015 by Uncle Spike

It’s officially past mid-winter…. yeah right! Our trees are only just shedding their leaves, as our weird weather continues unabated after 12 long months. It’s played havoc with the crops of course, but such is life; however, the colours are great though 🙂


Apricot leaves falling, whilst Bonzo’s enjoys the sun



Many empty trees this year, but this one in the veg garden is loaded



Autumn time



A mix of colours, set against the backdrop of the mountains



Garden colours



12 thoughts on “Autumn colours, in Winter

  1. If you want weird weather you should be in the UK. Daytime temperatures of 15-16, tee shirts and shorts, it is not normal. Happy New Year Spike to you and yours and I look forward to a post bag full of posts in 2016!


  2. ssgt leslie says:

    Seems the trees etc all over are confused what season it is. Good luck.


  3. Wow that apricot tree sure is undressing .. 😀

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  4. Beautiful, but not wintery! I have that same purple grass in my front yard.

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  5. Lovely, Uncle Spike. Enjoy the beauty.

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