1 EAGLETON NOTES: Bountiful Summer

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Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Bountiful Summer

Everywhere there is evidence of the bountiful fruits of summer.  The Rowan Trees (Mountain Ash to some people) are particularly beautiful this year:



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  1. They look like they have little fires inside each one.

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    1. They do Katherine: that's the secret of their beauty but only Special People see them.

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  2. These can well be counted with the reasons why I love this time of the year.

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    1. Most people seem to name Spring as their favourite time of year but I'm an Autumn lover. Possibly because I'm also a lover of Keats and the words of his Ode to Autumn have followed me since childhood. My love was heightened when I used to visit the English Lake District in Autumn and the colours and feeling in the air were beyond my powers of description.

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    2. GB, could your love of autumn be connected to the fact that you don't have to face a British winter afterwards?

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  3. Ours look like that too. I think I had some in my Friday Picture Book post.

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    1. Monica I recall that. It must have been a couple of weeks ago.

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    1. Oops. deleted my own comment by mistake... Great images as always. Love the warm, red tones.

      Mersad
      Mersad Donko Photography

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  5. We don't have these trees here, but then again we don't have any mountains, so maybe that's why.
    They're pretty and I love the red berries.

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    1. They are not hot-country trees I don't think Virginia.

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