Withered woods, dried up rivers.
People talk about summer in October.
About confused bird nesting.
Chestnut trees and rhododendrons are in bloom.
Today I heard this advice in the radio:
Enjoy the weather and don’t think.
Posted on October 11, 2018 by Hanna
Category: #Nature, #Outdoor, Denmark, Environment, Forest, photography, Walks
Tags: Autumn, Climate, Drought, Fall, October, Rude Skov, Weather changes
Beautiful autumn colours.
Thanks for that, rabirius. It’s a pleasure to witness.
Beautiful Hanna! These days are the ones to remember through November to March…
Thanks for that, Leya. I looking forward to see the lakes filled with water again. The draught is serious in Zealand.
Here as well.
“Enjoy the weather and don’t think.” Best advice I’ve heard all week! And about the loveliest photos I’ve seen all week too, Hanna. xx
Thanks for the guidance, Heide and thank you for your lovely words ❤ 🙂
Thank you so much!!
Stunning photos. Love the blue of the water against the orange of the trees.
Thanks a lot for your lovely compliment. It is a grateful motive and enjoyable to be there 🙂
Here summer in October is a curse. Fortunately the heat has finally broken.
It is fully understandable, Fred. Big congratulation 🙂
Such great advice and beautiful images. 🙂
Thanks a lot, Robin!
What horrible advice, Hanna. Not thinking got us to this point! 😪
Thanks for that comment, Tanja ❤
I move a lot in nature and it is impossible not to see what the drought does to the trees.
The trees are our lungs and without oxygen to the brain – a backward reasoning! 🙂
Let’s hope Mother Nature will be able to find her balance again-despite of us, Hanna.
We can agree on that, Tanja ❤
We were having the same summer in October, but something more strange than summer in October happened. It is winter. From summer to winter, and in the spring, 1 week and it’s winter to summer.
It seems like our 4 seasons are becoming 2 seasons. Best to you, Hanna!
It’s really interesting to know, Resa. I’ve heard that Canada is adopting trees from California to teach the Canadian trees how to deal with drought. Nothing is like in the old days 🙂 🙂
The best to you too, Resa
It’s all changing! xo
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