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Can’t wait! 🙂
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I’m with you there!
As I already mentioned, I’m 100% with you! 🙂
But these are aster, no? More the flowers of autumn 🙂
May be – I’m not so good on flowers…
…and I actually took the picture in Autumn. But the resulting picture looked more like Spring – so I used the chance to distribute some fake news 🙂
Spring’s over down here … and we are approaching the tail end of summer soon.
Well, then I wish you a colourful autumn and a mild winter.
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yes after winter…but i still love the snow and frost and fresh air…but the flowers make it hard to wait…so pretty Rabirus ~ smiles hedy
Thank you, Hedy.
Well, I cold do without snow and frost…
…I take the fresh air and the heat 🙂
What a lovely composition! Thank you so much for sharing.
I’m glad you like it, Kim.
Bring it on!
Spring! My favorite time of the year. Although now I am living in a constant tropical climate.
I like anything warm – so I wouldn’t mind a constant tropical climate… 🙂
Thanks and greetings, rabirius.
Ooh, seeing this beautiful photo of yours flew me a long step towards the spring! Can’t wait!
I’m glad you like it.
I hope it’ll get warm in Scandinavia soon. Though a bit further south it’s still pretty cold… 🙂
Hi, the weather has been just about ok, near zero temperature with thick grey clouds… Oh well, I’m happy if it’s not too cold.
Yes, here is is slowly getting warmer as well.
Wonderful!! Love this photografic composition.
I’m glad you like it, Isabel.
This is so lovely 🙂
Thank you, Joshi.
Beautifully created, Rabirius.
I’m glad you like it, Jane.
Not too far away now!
I’m seeing a few signs already but the forecasters think it’s going to turn cold again at the end of February!
Oh, would like it to get warm and spring-like soon…
…but it would be depressing if the temperatures would fall again.
I like having a change in seasons but I do suffer with a lack of sunlight hours!!
Yes, and if you have to wear so many layers of clothes, you even don’t get a lot of sun, even when she is shining.
Oh I am happy to feel the warmth of the sun on just my face 🙂 Hubby, Simon, would be in complete agreement with you though!! He really doesn’t do cold 😉 I fear that I am going to be rained on in London tomorrow!
Well, I guess London is not too cold in Winter…
…I recently heard from friends in Armenia that they had -20°C nearly all winter.
I would have died 🙂
Winter in and near London is as unpredictable as politics these days!! We hardly ever get snow anymore which I really miss 😦 Today it was 18°c and sunny but it will be back to the average 10° when I’m back in London at the end of the week and it will probably be raining. I know many parts of Eastern Europe, particularly the Balkans, had record low temperatures in January! I saw some amazing photos of parts of Greece covered in snow.
Yes, we have that roller-coaster ride here as well…
…but the weather is really crazy. I ones was in Turkey when there suddenly was a happy thunderstorm – and just a black cloud above us. Around the cloud it was blue skies and sunshine. I think we have to deal with these weather phenomena.
Haha! Oh the storms in the Mediterranean have always been amazing. My grandparents lived in Malta and I remember sitting on the flat roof of their house in the hills and watching electric storms over the town on the coast. Just extraordinary!! We’ve been in sunny Kos Town and watched thunderstorms raging over the Turkish coast just a boat trip away. I want to spend a winter over in the Greek Islands as I think the weather and landscape could make for some incredible images 🙂
Yes, I guess that would be very impressive.
One day I will hopefully see the sight again and actually capture it on film! Fond memories though 😀
Great. I’m looking forward to your pictures.
Great creation.Hope spring will come quickly
Thanks a lot!
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