Sunday, 18 October 2009

Season of mellow fruitfulness


England is a lovely place! I had forgotten the smells of autumn, the colours of  deciduous leaves and the sounds of dried leaves underfoot. I watched my girls playing in dried leaves today; throwing them up and laughing as they fell all around them. Clad in warm jackets, scarves, hats and gloves; so different from Thailand, where I swear it was hotter when I left than the day I arrived. We bought pumpkins on the way home to carve into lanterns.  I'm very glad to be back again in England.

2 comments:

PG said...

There is nothing like an English autumn. Nothing. For me it is the light (as captured in your picture) which tops the list.

Mandy Pandy said...

I don't care about light. smells or colours. I like haloween because I get to eat most of the sweets from trick or treating. I hope you like this comment by Ian's daughter.