Friday, 18 December 2015

Winter colour

We walked to the beach at Tyninghame this afternoon.  The wind was unseasonably warm, there were a few spots of rain in the air, but the light was gentle and so the colours were rich and wintery.
And as we were passing the spot, I had to go over and inspect the rocks where I tumbled and broke my wrist.  They look pretty innocuous to me, so I am still none the wiser as to how I came to slip. Hey ho!

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  1. I love those beach photos...so like our beaches here...especially Balnarring.
    The weather is unseasonably warm for you guys and actually very warm for us this time of year. A very yuk 41c today.
    I hope you get a cold snap for Christmas.
    We have now decided cold meat and salads for C - Day as its going to be a scorcher. Very weird.
    Happy Christmas to you all xx

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    1. Looks like you are having a really toasty time in Oz! Rather you than me! :o) A x

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    2. Thank goodness we had a cool change...it was 15c when I walked the dogs this morning...bliss! Running around catching up as I've been sprawled out on the sofa for most of the weekend in a lethargic fug!!! xx

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  2. I love the colours in your first photo, do you know what the dark green crop in the far field is?The contrast of colours and textures are wonderful.
    Hope your wrist is on the mend.

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    1. Thank you very much for your message! That's a field of leeks in the first photo. Isn't the colour fabulous! Living in East Lothian is a bit like being in the middle of a giant allotment! Veggies everywhere, and I always love the leeks because the colour of their leaves is in such wonderful contrast to all the other greens! Wrist is on the mend, thank you! A

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  3. Lovely photos. Too warm here too (although nothing like Sally's!). Sorry to hear about your wrist.

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    1. I have just visited Countryside Tales and I had forgotten you lived in Hampshire! I am a Hampshire girl - born and brought up in Hartley Wintney! Looks like you have been extremely busy with your Christmas preparations. I am getting there - decorating the tree today. My favourite bit! Have a lovely Christmas time, eating some of those gingerbread men? A

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