Monthly Archives: October 2012

First glimpse of winter

First snow. Just last Friday we’ve had enjoyed barbecue, and this Friday we have the first snow already. The contrast of bright yellow and white is overwhelming as is the understanding that winter is just around the corner. Note to … Continue reading

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Days of Gold

Indian summer. For a week we were fortunate to enjoy a streak of really great weather with temperatures at day time rising as high as 19 C. The last of golden and crimson leaves paraded in front of one’s eyes, … Continue reading

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Obstacle Course

Golden, Crimson and Darkness. Maples are still bright with receding golden and crimson leaves, and an already thick carpet of leaves has formed on the ground. Evening jogging sessions in a nearby forest are now the ones in the fast … Continue reading

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Survival of the Fittest?

David and Goliath. The other day I’ve witnessed a fly get caught in a spider web. The fly was a fat one, and just as her legs got stuck on the web, she started to buzz angrily and fight hard … Continue reading

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