Another day.

Who would have believed that a day could change so fast? We have been spolied by the generally mild winter so far, with above average temperatures, certainly no snow (rare for this area), and little in the way of storms or biting winds from the east. Yesterday started with a fairly hard frost, minus 5c, and a rapidly changing sunrise.

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dscn3422I love these kind of mornings when the ground is hard underfoot and there is a fresh crispness to the air. Feeling those weak fingers of sun across my face brings hope and expectation for the coming spring. Of course there is still plenty of winter left and no doubt we will get a really cold snap at some stage. The frosty start soon gave way to a beautiful day  that struggled to reach double digits. This beautiful afternoon sky certainly made me forget the early morning chill.

dscn3544This was yesterday…today we have thick fog, drizzle but it is milder. I guess we just have to take the nice days when we get them and make the most of it!

A bientot!

About Al in France

Dreams do come true and after many years I am now retired and living in France.
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