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Tag Archives: Seasons
Had a wonderful time with my Camera.
Walking through Dulwich Park this morning, Jane pointed out this first little sign of Autumn’s arrival. This may sound strange, but I’m looking forward to Autumn, and then the Winter. Having lived on the East Coast of South Africa for twenty years I … Continue reading
This time of the year I begin to scan the skies for the arrival of the Yellow- Billed Kites, my favourite bird. I always have the feeling that something precious has returned with my first sighting. It’s a beautiful bird … Continue reading
Right now we are clothed in the warmth of Summer. I’m just conscious that many of my blogging friends in the Northern Hemisphere are clothed in Autumn, for American friends, Fall. So, in solidarity with all in the North, I’ve … Continue reading
Yesterday we visited Regent’s park, a favourite haunt of ours. On the dissolution of the monasteries (1536-40), Henry VIII acquired the Manor of Tyburn and created a hunting ground, Marylebone Park, which covered almost the same area as the 400 … Continue reading
Everything in our complex is alive and in bloom. The sights and smells of Spring fill the air and we all feel so much more alive.