Tuesday, October 2, 2007


October has been here for a few days, it’s getting colder.
Summer which has been in the running since September is now behind us.

Plants, trees and leaves are gripped by the cold and as a response to Spring, nature offers us a riot of colours.
Autumn has been here for a few days, nature is colourful.

In our country the grape harvests are nearly over and the vineyards will have a long rest.

Some signs are also visible in our village :
In front of our house a Virginia creeper is putting on its “red coat”.
Nature has set the record straight : Autumn Time, when days get shorter, when the sun becomes white and above all when it’s time to gather at home for a nice cup of tea.

But there’s still so much to do outside, so many pleasures and nice parties such as mushroom and chestnut picking!

Translated by Isabelle

5 commentaires:

denise said...

Just a note to let you know how much I enjoy all of the pictures on your beautiful blog!

moderncountry said...

OH! I did not know that you had an English Version, perfect!
Love all the pictures, and the second hand finds you found, they are all so pretty! You lucky girl :) I love flea markets and second hand shops, but it seems that you have the better ones :) I have a soft spot for French iteams you know..

Avel Angelica said...

Hello Laeriss,

Thank you for such beautiful photos of your beautiful home. I love Provence too and have fond memories of being there in the early '80's.

Prairie Home-Sherry said...

Love the pictures! Very unique and so inspiring!!!
I'm adding you to my "Favorites"

catharinas-love said...

This is really a wonderful blog ,
I love all the things that i see !!!
Rini - the Netherlands



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