Saturday, November 19, 2005

Memories of Autumn

Common wisdom suggests that there's no such thing as Autumn in Israel - we simply segue neatly from summer to winter - sun beating down one day, rain the next.

Whilst there's a certain truth to this, the accompanying pictures certainly bring back memories of the UK; leaves carefully raked into piles and leaves turning from green to more autumnal hues.




Jerusalem weather has been extremely contrary over the last week or so - looking out of my window as I write, I can't help but feel that we're in for a downpour and the annual rite of watching the Kinneret slowly refill.

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1 comment:

ifyouwillit said...

I don't remember the transition in the UK, then again, after my move from Brighton to Manchester there was the rain season 360 days a year, occasionally interrupted by a few hours of sunshine and the time of a quick BBQ!

Shavua Tov