I can feel your excitement and anticipation all the way from down here.
You lucky people in the northern hemisphere springing your tanning lotion, flip-flops, bathers, tank tops and beach towels from their winter confinement. Of course we Aussies wear flip-flops (we call them thongs) all year around. Actually, most of don’t but it’s what we have you believe because we put the casual in laid back.
I’m reading all of these fantastic posts about the start of summer and Memorial Day weekend and thinking about our cold winter ahead.
Now, stop laughing my wonderful readers who live in Britain, United States and Canada. Yes, we don’t have snow where I live and yes, the cold really only lasts for three months of the year. But you see, my idea of cold is anything less than 20 degrees celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit) and it looks like we are going to be in for a cold one.
So I’m warming up my hot chocolate, pulling on my woolen scarf and hoping to tantalize you with these pictures of late Autumn along the east coast of New South Wales. Mother nature at her colour palette best.
LEAF PILES BEGGING TO BE PLAYED IN
PREPARING FOR DORMANCY
CONSERVING TO SURVIVE
What’s your favourite season?