I like travelling, family history and reading books. I am ESL teacher in High Junior school and at University.
Nature certainly is preparing for your cold ( freezing) winter onslaught.That dog doesn't look too friendly. I think I would be doing an about turnquick smart - ha ha.Beautiful day here after some well needed rainfalls - the drought areaswere also very fortunate - good falls and farmers were again smiling butfollow up rain still is needed. Some areas in the outback recorded theirbest rain for over 3 years - farming sure is a hard life here.CheersColin
Colin you are right the nature is preapring for winter. Last 2 years we didn't have ant winter. And I thibnk this year it is going to be similar
The tree with the berries is unfamiliar to me. Interesting.
Andrew, it is a rowan tree
Very pretty walk you had..
I love walking on Sunday that day I have some free time to walk about 1 hour
Just beautiful! What was that orange/reddish tree?
It looks like a beautiful autumn day. I'm also curious to know what kind of tree that is with the berry clusters.
Mitchell yes we have very friendly MNovember. It is a rowan tree
The trees here look almost the same now!
Pat it means we live in the same climate zone but definitely your place is colder than mine