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Monday, July 25, 2011

Mid-Winter Signs No 1: Frangipani

Grafton is regarded as having a sub-tropical climate but our winters are cool and can even be cold. This week I am going to try and identify a few 'signals' that demonstrate that we are in the height of mid-winter.
1: The Frangipanis are completely bare of leaves revealing their sculptural forms and motley branches.

6 comments:

  1. In sweltering mid-summer here. Looking forward to the rest of your mid-winter series.

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  2. Oh...bare frangi's...*sigh" I could do with some winter right now, temps here have been in the middle 40's.

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  3. Yes it has been on our News how hot it has been. I can relate as Grafton can be sweltering in Summer as well.

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  4. Nice pic Mark. It's nice to remember that Grafton has seasons other than "ridiculous humidity".

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  5. This sounds like an interesting idea for a series. No trouble at all finding winter here but it can be more subtle the further north you go.

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