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Autumn to Winter

In a week.

Trees in front of the house last week.
Then the wind came before
It snowed

How is the weather impacting your view today?

Comments on: "Autumn to Winter" (15)

  1. It is very cold, a little snow on the ground, there were several periods of snowfall today, but didn’t amount to anything. We have had about 5″ of snow since before Thanksgiving. Iam not ready for winter even though it is here. But I have heard that we are going to have above normal temperatures this winter where I am. I will take that. I hope that means less snow and ice, too.
    Your pictures are lovely and I can definitely feel the temperature change between the photos. Put on a heavy sweater and snuggle under a nice warm blanket ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. The snow has all gone now but it was so pretty while it lasted.

  3. My apples tree has lost most of its leaves now. Still some leaves hanging on on Southampton Common on Friday. No snow here of course.

  4. Going Batty in Wales said:

    Autumn has gone on and on this year – my early rhubarb thinks it is spring and is growing! But here too the wind stripped most of the trees and it is much colder though no snow so far, Take care.

  5. It changed so suddenly! I blame that Storm Arwen. As one of my best friends is called Arwen, she has been the but of many jokes this weekend. ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Thunderstorm season is upon us. My view today has been mostly obscured by torrential rain, the back yard is a river with a bit of grass sprouting out of it, and I’m glad I took those flower photos yesterday because not many of them have survived the hot, wet onslaught. We also have mushrooms sprouting everywhere. Mouse and I ventured out for a walk at 7.30am. I got drenched despite my waterproof, my hat leaked and water was running down my face. He was wearing his new bright yellow ‘snorkel’ raincoat, and was totally dry except for the end of his nose, his tail and his legs from knee down. Despite that, he was quite sulky about being forced to walk until he got his business done and we turned for home.

  7. We are having a warm sunny dry day with 3 days in the 30s coming up which is as it should be this late in November- however – thereโ€™s rain forecast so I bet they are hot humid days. Never mind, to me thatโ€™s better than cold frosty ones.

    Your photos remind me of when we did live in England all those years ago. If leaves could talk theyโ€™d be saying โ€˜Here today – gone tomorrowโ€™โ€ฆ.weโ€™ll be back in the Springโ€™ ๐Ÿ˜Š

  8. We have lost most of the leaves and have had a mostly cloudy week, but today the sun broke through and it hit 65, amazing for this time of year! I love your changing view, was that your first snow?

  9. We had snow today. No accumulation. Your photos are dreamy.

  10. it has been a glorious day today here in Scotland – very still and clear so we can right across the bay.

  11. My word the autumn leaves have been glorious this year.
    How amazing to see such dramatic changes in such a short time. Snow – how exciting!
    Down here in the South we have escaped the worst of Storm Arwen and it has been a crisp sunny day today – my favourite kind of winter’s day.

  12. Murtagh's Meadow said:

    Same here. Leaves have stayed on for long time this year but now most are gone. Hope you are doing ok.

  13. Lovely photos, Cathy, especially that pink sky. Thank you!
    Relatively warm today, around 60, with bright sun. Our trees still have lots of leaves, although there are also a lot of leaves for the leaf blowers tomorrow . But I think we’re getting another front tonight that might bring rain. If the maintenance crew can’t do their work tomorrow, that’ll be 2 weeks worth of leaves around. Dum-de-dum-dum . . .๐Ÿ ๐Ÿ‚ ๐Ÿ ๐Ÿ‚๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‚๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‚

  14. It’s so pretty this time of year – lovely to go out for a walk and see all the different colours of the leaves – as long as you wrap up warm and come home for a hot choccie after!

  15. I just went from cloudy and wet to brilliant sunshine and cold. Leaves are all gone here. Almost hurts my eyes as we rarely get sunshine in winter. Such a nice change. Love your view though.

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