Thursday, 8 November 2007

Autumn colours in Annecy







And I wonder if this little symbol for tomorrow's weather on the weather site actually means what I think it means..."What's a flurry?", David and I said to each other...I think we might be about to find out!

7 comments:

Tigue said...

Ah it's so pretty. I have to admit I've been so busy I haven't even bothered to look around outside. I miss the fall colors. Where I grew up they were beautiful but I just moved from Seattle, where the colors are not so abundant in fall.

Kate said...

ahh flurries - brings back memories of Canada and all the new snow and ice vocab we learnt!!

Sorry i didn't call last night - got home really late from tennis and just crashed. Will give it a try tonight.
K

Penny said...

kate - no flurries yet! But maybe Sunday :)

Rosebank Magic said...

I've just had a quick read, I'm still trying to keep up with all that's happening. Tell Lily I'm pleased to see she is all rugged for the flurries - have you had any yet? How's Jasper coming along?I look forward to being able to give you a call soon. Staying with Chris and Christine at present, Gran doing well. Its 4.30 local time, I will be here for about another hour then can be reached at Gran's house for another hour or so if you have time to ring. Numbers ending in 5020 and then 1048 if you dont have them. Love and lots of big hugs to you all.

The Late Bloomer said...

Penny, these are such lovely fall colors!

I'm catching up on your blog today and I'm sorry to hear that Jasper has been sick -- I hope he is doing much better now! In any case, he is all smiles in the snow flurries photo! :-)

L'Étrangère Americaine said...

One of the few things that I actually miss is seeing the autumn leaves. I haven't really seen much of it here in Paris.

Penny said...

Late Bloomer - thanks we think he is looking a bit pinker already :)