I remember in Autumn walking through the park in this great sweeping world of yellow. Caught up in all this glorious yellow. To be able to track the seasons in that park is something I'm super grateful for.
This is very true. There is a path we walk from our house into town and recently we discovered a shortcut through some undergrowth, now when we go that way the grass is shooting up and flowers are bursting out from all directions. Reminds me of playing in the meadows growing up in the English countryside as a child.At around this time of year especially the potential for new growth is overwhelming especially if your amongst the undergrowth, the change from death to life is welcome!
This is something I love about living in the countryside where the changing of the seasons is an important shared happening that can be quite all encompassing. At around this time of year especially the potential for new growth is overwhelming especially if your amongst the undergrowth, the change from death to life is welcome!
Having lived for a while in Vietnam it was quite disconcerting for the days to stay about the same length and the temperature and plants not to change much throughout the year, cherished a nice deep frost when I got back