Friday, June 13, 2014

Look Up, down, straight ahead

Everything is bedraggled and the worse for wear after heavy rain and flooding during the week.  Yesterday the sun came out, my little house guest and I could finally get out of the house and go for a walk.

I look down at a patch of jonquils growing beside the farm track:
 

Up at the few autumn leaves that survived the storm:
 

And ahead at my house in the distance.



I've had my three year old grandson staying with me for the past week, and didn't have the opportunity to catch up on everyone's Friday My Town Shoot Outs.  I hope to do better next week, will do my best although I will be away.

9 comments:

  1. Really great images from your world. I really like them, and also the fact that this theme gives us an opportunity to see each others worlds just a bit wider.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. Thanks for sharing your little corner.

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  3. Enjoy that precious little one while he is still little! The internet will still be there, or it won't, but you know you don't want to miss these days with him.

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  4. I always enjoy these glimpses of your world, Pauline.
    We are going to have our two grandsons here for the first half of July - getting my running shoes ready!

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  5. Love your photos. Enjoy your little visitor.

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  6. You do live in a beautiful place. Jonquils in autumn confuses me ;) here they are typical spring flowers...

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  7. Time with your grandson is precious. It is always interesting to me that where I live we just ended spring and are now entering summer although it has not turned hot yet, and you are enjoying autumn.

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  8. I agree this is great to see other parts of the world this way. Beautiful scenery and greet photography Pauline.

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