Today’s Pictures: 12 Nov 20

Wayside trees in the Forest of Dean.

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Undercut cliffs on the Greek island of Rhodes. Taken October 2017.

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11 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 12 Nov 20

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  2. We missed fall colors this year – for some reason very few trees were colorful. I think it has something to do with how much rain we get and weather there is a cold snap.
    I do prefer that cove – I can see myself jumping into the water!

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    1. It’s like that here, too, Noelle. Last year our autumn colours were muted. It’s definitely something to do with the weather. This year, October was very wet, following a warm summer, and most of the trees have turned before dropping their leaves.
      I knew you’d like the sea shot. Mind you, swimming under those cliffs would be a bit dodgy!

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  3. Don’t you just love the fall colors of the trees. So beautifully photographed my friend. Hope you two have a great day. It will be raining all week here. Very dark outside. I don’t mind it is a great day to read and clean the house. Love to you both my friends. 💕❤️Joni

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    1. Thank you, Joni. Autumn is a season of contrasts and subtle changes, so often reflected in its colours. We’ve had a few days of variable weather here. And we’re due some more; this weekend is expected to be stormy, so I expect the remaining leaves will be swept off the few trees now bearing them.
      We’ll still go out, but watch for a less wet spell, and keep eyes and ears open for possible falling branches and trees!
      Keep safe and stay well.

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