Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Frosty Morning . . .

Winter has certainly arrived with her frosty breath , -4 degrees C, frozen grass, brilliant blue sky with the last of the autumn colour slowly falling to the ground to end the yearly cycle once again - something I alway marvel at and never tire of . .
A fantastic frosty morning in the Waikato this week,a Gingko tree in the Hamilton Gardens looking spectacular with it`s pillow of fallen leaves which the gardeners leave as long as possible, mowing a circle around the tree !

How lucky we are to live in this energising place . . .


2 comments:

CHRIS said...

You have a lovely site. I am an artist and wish to do a painting of a woman beekeeper. Do you have any suggestions as to where I can find some photos of women in vintage beekeeper outfits? I would appreciate any photos or links and will be most appreciative if I hear from you or anyone.

And what a lovely thing, to have become involved with bees!

HENHOUSE POTTERY said...

It is strange to think that you are in a completely different climate than we have here across the world. Our bees are just waking in Utah. Your bees are just resting there. :)