Monthly Archives: November 2021

Six on Saturday. Stormy Weather.

As storm Arwen rages bringing chaos to many area we are lucky here in Suffolk to have escaped the worst of its horrors. But still, it’s a horrible day. I nipped out between showers to take some photos. Every autumn … Continue reading

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End of Autumn

I can’t remember a November as beautiful as this one. The leaves have hung on longer than usual and we have been living in a golden, red and russet world. And we have had plenty of blue sky to enjoy, … Continue reading

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Six on Saturday. 20.11.21.

We have had a beautiful, extended autumn here with hardly any frost and the wonderful colours hanging on for weeks. Koelreuteria paniculata ‘Coral Sun’ in the background to the right is living up to its name, but the liquidamber has … Continue reading

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In a Vase on Monday. Mum’s the Word.

November seems more like October this year with the glorious autumn colours carrying on well into what is usually a dismal month. I always used to dislike this gloomy time of the year in the garden, but that was before … Continue reading

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In a Vase on Monday. November.

‘No shade, no shine, no butterflies, no bees, No fruits, no flowers, no leaves, no birds- November !’ Thomas Hood. Clearly, Thomas Hood was having a bad day when he wrote his famous November poem, and clearly he didn’t grow … Continue reading

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