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THERE'S A CHILL IN THE AIR

I've noticed that I tend to start these weekly posts with a comment or two about the weather.  Talking about the weather is regarded as a particularly British way to begin a conversation, but I'm not sure why it's crept into my blog  in this way.So - getting the weather for last week out of the way quickly - it was so hot that reading a book in the shade seemed like the only sensible option, followed by being so cold and windy that reading a book indoors seemed like the only sensible option.  As a consequence of the high winds yesterday, I apologise if some of the photos may be slightly out of focus.
1. Rose hips- the hips of Rosa Rugosa Alba to be more precise.  They are rather decorative, and as large as cherry tomatoes.  A suitably Autumnal start to this weeks Six, I thought.

2. Back door potsThis photo is by way of a souvenir - a last look back at Summer.  Since by next week (if I get my act together and the compost delivery arrives) it should all have been packed away a…

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