Hello everyone! This is an image of a ‘windflower’ or Japanese anenome – the bloom is tired, the light is soft and so it gave a feeling of the last dance of an evening. Autumn is here which for me means that it’s harvest time at work…we start picking this coming Monday and so for the next 10 days or so I will see tonnes and tonnes (literally) of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes. An exciting but exhausting time so probably my last post for a few weeks. See you the other side! 😀
14 thoughts on “A Last Dance of Summer.”
Beautiful photo, Lisa. Love the shallow DOF. It sounds like a busy time ahead. Looking forward to seeing and tasting the fruits of your labours in the shops in due course.
Lovely shot , Lisa.
Good luck with the grape harvest. Looks like good weather for the most.
Thanks Vicki – I’m hoping for no rain for next 20 days!!
Thank you 🍇🍷😄
Hope the harvest goes well, Lisa! Adrian
Thanks Adrian 😄🍇
Lovely shot. That bokeh is beautiful 😍
Thank you very much and for taking time to comment. I hope you enjoy the blog 😄
And see you on the other side .. harvest starts for us this coming Monday ..savvy
I hope your work now will go well and give you a good harvest. While we up here are looking forward to spring 🙂
Hello my friend, harvest went very indeed! Now time to rest 😄🍇🍇
I feel like smell the air you were in. Graceful & lovely! Thank you
Hello, thank you for the likes and comment and also for your very kind words on your #8 post. Wishing you well with your new blog 😄