Golden Autumn

Autumn Leaves

Autumn Leaves

Autumn leaves catching the slanting afternoon winter sunshine.

Apparently my oak tree still thinks it is autumn, as it clings on to its last few golden leaves.

Now to put this into perspective, mid-July here in Cape Town is like mid-January in the UK. I don’t recall ever seeing any leaves left on any deciduous trees that far into winter, when I was growing up there.


Oh, and the twisty branches in the front left are the grape vine.



27 thoughts on “Golden Autumn

  1. smilingtoad

    The “monsoon” rains here have vanished- no more delightful afternoon squalls and storms 😦 They have been missing for years now, despite it still feeling as sticky and humid as a tiger’s mouth. Beautiful image, nonetheless. All the best,

    toad breath

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  2. blosslyn

    We have had our hottest day today about 34, that is hot, its 10.30 pm and its still hot, not sure I like it this hot, just not use to it. The dogs are not great fans of it and to be truthful I like the sound of Autumn/ Winter, ungrateful that I am of the nice weather, but I like it around 25, how hot does it get where you are πŸ™‚

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    1. scifihammy Post author

      haha When it is too hot, we want snow, and vice versa! πŸ™‚
      Summers here are usually mid 30’s, but last Dec/Jan was consistently 38C – too hot! and in March 2015, Cape Town reached 40C. The only one enjoying this kind of heat was Little Monkey! πŸ™‚


  3. Genie

    Trees, plants, birds, bees, etc., all have had an odd season this year, summer arrived in March and then spring arrived in July.

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