Yellow

Everywhere my eye has been catching yellow in this early spring we are experiencing.

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24 thoughts on “Yellow

    1. ordinarygood Post author

      Thanks Jo. We cannot complain about our weather this year. A long wonderful summer and a very mild winter. The warmest in Wellington since records began in the 1860’s.

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  1. thecontentedcrafter

    Such a lovely sign of Spring! I am reading your blog post with the sunshine streaming through the windows of my tiny home…… It is warm and the light is coming earlier and earlier every day. This is my favourite time of the year! Happy days 🙂

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    1. ordinarygood Post author

      Jazz is noting the earlier light in the morning. He likes to get up and go out to check his patch. I’m glad you enjoyed my “yellow” post. Soak up that sunshine.

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    1. ordinarygood Post author

      Hi Linda. Our seasons globally seem to be in sync in rather an odd manner right now. American bloggers are sounding wistful about an early fall and a lacklustre summer.

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    1. ordinarygood Post author

      I remembered your post featuring “Yellow” Juliet as my eye kept being caught by vibrant yellow here at the moment. The Kowhais are simply bursting with flowers here at the moment. Everywhere lemon trees are dripping with fruit too. It has been quite a season or seasons.

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      1. ordinarygood Post author

        I saw a Monarch the other day too. There are lots of Bumble bees about but honey bees have been missing from my garden for a number of years now. I worry about that as there is plenty of bee food here. We need the bees.

      2. Gallivanta

        http://nba.org.nz/bee-aware-month I didn’t realise until today that August is Bee Awareness Month. Apparently the biggest problems for the bees are hunger, disease and poison. Although, like you, I have lots of bee friendly plants in my garden, I am not sure how rich the neighbourhood is in bee friendly plants.

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