I'm currently writing my blog from my cottage in the Drakensberg, Champagne Valley, Kwa-Zulu Natal; South Africa
Fall is one of my favorite times of year. I didn't even think about it being fall somewhere else as it is spring here. Lovely trees.
So many beautiful photos. It`s a wonderful part of the world were you are living. My youngest daughter is born in SA and we adopted her when she was just a baby. We are all longing for going back to visit.Have a nice sunday.
We didn't have like this in Thailand. This is different, I like it. Thanks for sharing.Here's my link:http://sarahg26.blogspot.com/2009/06/scenic-sunday-6.html
Hi Karen;) yes, it's winter here in South Africa at the moment, Nothing as severe as you experience it but we all think it's FREEZING! I don't know the names of the trees; they're exotics. Thanks for visiting. Hi Ulrica;) welcome to my blog. Amazing that your daugher was born here. Did you come over to adopt her? You'd enjoy a visit, I guarantee that! Hi Princess Sarah;) thanks for that and for your visit.
Hi Regina;) good to see you. Thanks for popping in.
This is so beautiful !! I Really love these kind of shots !! Thanks for sharing..Great blog..Cant miss them from now on so i am following you..:)
Hi Unseen Rajasthan;) welcome! Thanks for your kind comment. Regards from Jo, South Africa
Looks soooo cool...Las Islas Filipinas World
It is strange to think that it's autumn on the other side of the world - here the trees are fresh and green!Thanks for your kind words earlier :)
Hi Explorer; it's beautiful isnt' it? thanks for visiting Hi Kitty;) yes, we're in the "rest" period/season of our year. Thanks for popping in. I LOVE your blog.
Thank you for visiting my blog and taking the time to leave a comment. I appreciate your feedback. Jo