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Old Sep 24, 2006, 11:58 AM   #1
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Took these while out and about the last couple of weeks..cheers......Don
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Old Sep 24, 2006, 11:59 AM   #2
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Old Sep 24, 2006, 12:00 PM   #3
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3 Not fallish, but I thought it looked kinda neat...D.
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Wonderful! Esp. #1 and #3.

Here we have the strangest climatical conditions. After an extrordinary long and cold winter, then six weeks of Mediterranian heat, around 30 C (86 F. Impressed, Roy?) and then chilly rain and typical october weather for another six weeks we now have a second summer. Normally the first frost should have occured, and the colours of autumn should have been all over. But not so, yesterday I saw two girls swimming in the sea (was at a conference at the coast).

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around 30 C (86 F. Impressed, Roy?) and then chilly rain and typical october weather for another six weeks we now have a second summer.
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great shots don!!! we don't get much of that here. we will get a little in about a month..

kjell, not really after going thru 39-41C for 39 days.. 30C would have been a blessing. yesterday was 97F. today around 78F.

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Excellent pictures. We are starting To get some color Now. Peak will Be in about 2 to 3 weeks. However there is some Sort of tree Fungus that Is killing alot of the Leaves Here. So I have no Idea If it Will Be a Good Color or Not.
Weather here is Crazy. Most Of last week It was In the 60's and Lower 70's Today 85 and Storms approching. The same thing happened last week.

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3 Not fallish, but I thought it looked kinda neat...D.
I agree, those flowers almost pop out of the screen.

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Thanks Kjell, Roy, Phil, and Tim. Ya, the weather is strange. We live in a supposed rain forest and didn't have any rain for over 30 days. Hot and dry. Hope the heat lets up on you Roy. I don't think I could take that very long......cheers....Don
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