I like travelling, family history and reading books. I am ESL teacher in High Junior school and at University.
nice autumn scenes.
Thanks a lot
Plenty of leaf raking there, eh? Should keep the groundsmen busy.But then again it may not be an area that is raked up and the leaves arejust left - they are good fertilisers!Only now two days before I fly (yes fly - but it is only a one hour flight!) to seafoodparadise at Terrigal just north of Sydney. So my Polish history lessons from youwill be sorely missed. Away for 2 weeks!!! Maybe Gosia - just stick to autumn views for two weeks - ha ha.But I will be heaven in oyster and fresh seafood paradise.Google Terrigal NSW and you will see what I mean.I am hoping for good warm weather and that the present cool change has returned to the South Pole.CheersColin
Colin I am jealous of your interesting trip you must send me some photos - for my email. Cheers
Very pretty! Where I live, we don't have autumn leaves on the ground yet, really. We need a couple more weeks, I think :)
Judith you live in a different climate zone ,....
Lots of autumn leave to walk through..All looks really lovely...
In my opinion too many
I just love to walk in a forest with falling leaves. Good pictures.Greetings,Filip
Filip I love it too, but I live about 30 km to the nearest forest only park is accessible here
The city centre looks very quiet. I can hear the rustling of dry leaves walking in the park.
Nancy it was 2 p.m. most people at work
So much natural and architectural beauty. But I'm glad I'm not the one to rake those leaves!
Mitchell it is very old ciotry and the architecture is great... Luckily I don't have to rake leaves, too