Last weekend I tried to extend the summer feeling by going to the beautiful city of Malaga (Spain, bright sunshine 26oC). Returning home it can no longer be denied, summer is over and autumn is here to stay for several weeks.
I can see the changing of the light in the garden. The evening sky is on fire, in yellow, red and orange. The leaves are changing into yellow and orange too.
Seeing my plants die down, always gives me a sad feeling.
There is a beautiful Haiko of Pandita Sanchez on the internet:
pressed against the window pane…
hello, autumn leaves
Whilst trying to capture the last bits of light in my garden with my camera, I felt like a butterfly too.
Fortunately we can count on Nature. Next spring it will all start all over again!
|Leaves of Peonia.|
|Molinia 'Transparant' in evening sun.|
|Leaves of Hosta glow in yellow.|
|Alstroemeria and coloured leaves in the back ground together a beautify combination.|
|Red leaves of Hortensia.|
|Yellow leaves on the Rhus.|
|Aconitum in evening sun.|
|In the meantime it is summer in Malaga......|
|One of the gardens of Alcazaba in Malaga.|
|In the city of Malaga, beautiful gardens with exotic plants.|