Did you see that lovely sky last night? Stunning. This snap was taken on my phone and looking at it this morning I am surprised at how colourful it was.
I have been very poor at updating you with my Tuesday View and taking part with Cathy and other bloggers sharing their view.
On 6 November I took these pictures. There had been a frost overnight and the morning was bright and crisp.
The Molinia Transparent looked very beautiful in the sunshine and the carpet below looked colourful. Persicaria affinis dusted with frost.
The frost looked pretty.
One of those beautiful days to make us grateful to be alive.
Not sure the nasturtiums were feeling the love.
“No sun – no moon!
No morn – no noon –
No dawn – no dusk – no proper time of day.
No warmth, no cheerfulness, no healthful ease,
No comfortable feel in any member –
No shade, no shine, no butterflies, no bees,
No fruits, no flowers, no leaves, no birds! –
Now hang on a minute, that’s nonsense. Outside there is a frost, the sun is shining in a clear blue sky and whilst there may be no fruit, flowers or leaves there are these.
So my vase for today is saying No but yes. I am sharing it with you and Cathy. Have a good day.
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