Dawn and a red sky…. and you must know the saying ” Red Sky in the morning – Shepherd’s Warning! ” …. and I guess it does look rather threatening.
Whilst the sky did clear and turn a rich blue, within the hour it had started to rain. Like yesterday the rain became heavy, then a deluge. Not that we should complain as through the autumn and the winter to date, it has been abnormally dry so I guess we should be grateful.
It has also turned cold. In the woods the wild daffodils are now breaking ground under the woodland shade (garden daffs have been with us for a few weeks – wild ones are later flowerers)… just a few showing off at the moment soon there will be a host of Daffodils
The one sure thing about today was that I would not be hanging about for long. A dry indoors with a coffee and a good book was calling.
By the way Buster was so wet and bedraggled he wasn’t having his picture taken.
(C) David Oakes 2019