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Tuesday, 21 June 2011

A Happy Winter Solstice To All My Readers.

Winter Solstice here in Australia today, though we will not be celebrating until the 2nd of July with our group's annual Winter Solstice Masquerade Party. So from me, a happy winter solstice from Wychwood Forest.




6 comments:

Bob Mc said...

Opposite time of the year here Keith; it's the Summer Solstice. 94F on my porch today, and I'm looking for shade.

Le Loup said...

Oh yes, I was born in the northern hemisphere. What can I say Bob. Try an ice pack on the head whilst you look at my pictures! Long term, I hear that climate change will be making it colder where you are in the future.

Murphyfish said...

Belated @summer' solstice greetings to you Keith.
Regards,
John

Le Loup said...

Thank you John.
Regards, Keith.

Some old guy said...

I went out at midnight on midsummer's night and it was over 90°F, but there was a breeze and stars in the sky, so I walked around awhile, dreaming of autumn.

Le Loup said...

Only a month & a half to go & it will start getting cooler, hang in there.
Keith.