Oxford is a beautiful University city in England.
It has been a town since 9th century and has an ancient university.
My friends and I recently visited Oxford for a day out.
Here are my impressions:
We finished a wonderful day out in Oxford
with a traditional English Cream Tea.
Cream tea – refreshments
Autumn the colourful season is here and I have been tagged.
The creator is https://ilmondodishioren.wordpress.com/ and I thank the guywhosaidalwaysno who tagged me.
The rules are:
- Tell us the three things that you love about autumn.
- Appoint 15 others bloggers
The three things that I love about Autumn are:
First: The colours of Autumn. Aren’t they amazing?
Second: The fun in the colouful leaves.
I love walking and jumping through them.
Third: A peaceful warm light like my salt lamp.
Autumn evenings like that are great with a hot drink and a book.
Wishing you a super Autumn Evening!
Oops nearly forgot the tags:
Here are some:
Liz, I know who has beautiful Autumn view from her house.
Steffi who has a lovely Autumnal park nearby
Sally who shows us beauty every day.
Terry who loves her camera and takes beautiful pictures from her neighbourhood.
Come with me in my little garden.
Small but so enjoyable and beautiful.
Enjoy the small things and see the beauty in it.
My strawberries are coming so lovely this year.
They are bigger in size, as we had lots of rain,
still not quite red as we do not have enough sun, but…..
All things grow with love!
Slowly they are getting red though, see for yourself:
I can see jam coming up….. ❤
Here are some other shots of my garden.
I love my garden and am very grateful for this little oasis.
Almost any garden,
if you see it at just the right moment,
can be confused with paradise.
I have been away to celebrate my mum’s 90th birthday.
My mum deserved a great Birthday Party.
She is doing well and could enjoy everything to the full.
We had a lovely celebration, great food ,
lovely company and everyone was happy.
Never forget to tell your loved ones that you love them.
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While we were there, we visited the Rainforest there too.
Yes, it was in Germany,
still we walked through the forest
and it rained heavily. 🙂
At the end of the walk we were rewarded
with the view of the local waterfall.
falls 37 meters down and had lots of water as it had rained a lot before.
You cannot drive to the waterfall but have to walk as there is a conservation area around it. It is beautiful to walk through the forest, and only hear the birds, the splashing of the little stream next to you and then the tossing of the waterfall.
As it is June everything is beautifully lush and green.
Here 2 pictures from my mum’s garden, I particularly like.
What a perfect rose!
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