Monday, 2 November 2015

Misty November Mosaic

Hello

Hope you're well. I've had a few problems loading your Monday posts recently, hopefully all will be well this week as I am missing all the news.

Just a few Autumnal photos on a misty moisty morning!







Off to put the kettle on, see you soon.

Enjoy your day.

11 comments:

  1. It has certainly be very misty and moisty here today, We can't see the end of the street at the moment and it has been like that for most of the day. Kettle on sounds the best bet to me:)

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    1. ooops - of course the be should read been:)

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  2. So much colour in your world still. Lovely. Hopefully November won't arrive with it's usual dreariness!

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    1. It's been extra colourful this year I think and the weather has been warm and sunny too. :-)

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  3. CK, remember to link your mosaic to the URL of the specific post you are sharing. I ended up on your latest post and felt bad that no one had visited yet but say something about a mosaic below as I was scrolling.
    So, to roll two comments into one, I agree about the berries - the trees are loaded here too and that usually means a hard winter ahead.
    I love it when you find skeletonized leaves, wonder if they can preserved between sheets of wax paper like the colourful specimens?

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    1. They are probably OK without the wax paper as long as they are dry. I've got some hydrangea blooms which are all dried out which look quite good still. :-)

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  4. Hello, Lovely post. The Autumn colors and leaves are so pretty. The webs are a neat capture. Enjoy your week!

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    1. Thanks Eileen, you can't go wrong with Autumn colours can you. Have a good week. :-)

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  5. The autumn leaves are so pretty, both on the tree and on the ground.

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  6. The autumn leaves are so pretty, both on the tree and on the ground.

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    1. I like the touch of pink in the leaves. :-)

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