Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Sunrise Glow, Mystery Seed Pods and New Neighbours

A lovely sunrise this morning - looking out of the back of the house.
A beautiful light. 
The top of the valley was lit up with a warm glow. 
Looking out the front of the house was equally stunning. 
Our vine was illuminated. 
Took Bella out for a morning walk, and enjoyed these nasturtiums. 
This plant has managed to grow out of the cracks in the pavement. 
These seed pods (about a couple of inches long) were new to me. 
They were underneath this tree - maybe one of my naturalist readers can enlighten me? 
Lovely skies. 
We have new neighbours just down the road - this was their moving van, but  Charlie the cat was not impressed.
In the sunshine, a big bumble bee investigated the bee box - didn't want to get too close to disturb it. We might have new neighbours closer to home!
Went out for an afternoon walk with Su (and Bella, of course) - the skies threatened rain (and delivered soon afterwards).
At St Stephens Place, we were taken by this gargoyle. 
This day a year ago, we were also up to see a spectacular sunrise.
When We Were Young(er) we inherited this bamboo teepee from some other beach sleepers on the Sifnos leg of our 1990 odyssey.
Su's news story of the day (BBC website - click on the title for the full story):

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