...can be seen easily ;))! L!
Yes, climate zones in A. are different; I'm aware of that. Weather has been a topic here since January (maybe you've heard/seen that): An unusually cold and grey winter had us in his grip until early June (we needed radiators, and eiderdowns for the night). Then came a period of heavy rains (high waters at the Danube and the Elbe) and now that heat wave. Who doesn't believe in climate change, eh??!!
Hope you can enjoy some sort of an "average" (??) winter down there!
Best wishes, Ila
Ila, thank you for your response. The long winter must have been a nuisance and after all the floods and then the heat all topsy turfy. Here Nature has its own way too,driven by the ocean currents, sometimes floods sometimes droughts,also cyclons. So far the winter is just winter it always changes a little. Nature is getting fickle with to much human interference. We are clever but not that clever. We are also very arrogant minded when it comes to nature and our interference, you can see it typically with food how it is changed and modified to suit us. We know a lot but actually we don't know anything. I shudder when I think of all the poisons that end in the oceans. Also the sky is not left alone, we are such a rapacious lot, yes perhaps nature sends out a warning, which we naturally completely ignore despite our little bandaids. Herzlich Trin.
Another beautiful photo.
Best regards,Nikos1954 from Greece-Piraeus.
Nikos, hello and thank you. Trin.
Sehr schön festgehalten! L Gruß Günter.
Mais c'est Fabrizia.. ha non c'est Trin plus petite..!.. je ne comprends plus..!
Roland, c'est Fabrizia. Je te remercie de tes aimables et charmants commentaires. Amitié Trin
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