Saturday, 25 June 2016

Autumn Gold at the end of June!

Although colder it is still unseasonably warm.  Six to seven degrees celsius above normal, Dan the Weatherman tells us.  As if to confirm his statements the Gingko tree in our garden is still shedding its golden leaves at the same time as the mandarin tree is fruiting and the camellias flowering.   It is a crazy winter.
Dan the Weatherman's forecasts are not always correct.   The thunderstorms of this afternoon did not eventuate, allowing one-year-old Charlie from Apartment 9 to roll around in the leaves which proved to be more enticing than his red swing.

No comments:

Post a Comment