Edging into summer


 

Jude’s garden challenge asks us to capture the essence of summer. Visit her for a rose garden and other delights.

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About morselsandscraps

A retired Australian who spends a lot of time in Warsaw, and blogs as a way of life.
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9 Responses to Edging into summer

  1. Nice photographs, and I enjoy your writing. I don’t know Poland and I look forward to learning more

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  2. restlessjo says:

    Fabulous, fabulous shots! I especially like the sycamore wings. I have some damp ones from my Krakow visit. 馃檪 Are you off to Gdansk today? Travel safe, with lots of hugs, and capture lots of memories for me. 馃檪

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  3. Lucid Gypsy says:

    The sycamore photo is a beauty Meg, and I love the raindrops and the fungi – what’s it doing in June? I can smell the Rosa Rugosa from here, heavenly 馃檪

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  4. Heyjude says:

    Lots of summery loveliness here Meg, but like Gilly I have to ask “where did you find the mushrooms?” Little fairy houses! We usually see them appearing in September. Must be a damp spot somewhere on your walks 馃檪

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    • I’m cheating a bit. Some of these were earlier than the official start of summer. And there have been fungi around for the last month – more yesterday around the trunk of a tree where we picnicked on the way home from preschool, some visibly pushing through the dirt, and some when Maja first started criticising my Polish pronunciation a month ago: “grzyby” is the offending word. I’ve seen them in the parks (three different ones) and beside the road. We’ve had a mix of rain and warm. It hadn’t registered that mushrooming is much later in the year.

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