In the Netherlands it's definitely autumn.
Golden leave trees
until the storms cause the leaves to dance on the ground.
The best of autumn is here to be seen in October/November.
One down, many more to go...
Three days later, on the isle of Ameland, two trees in this very same street of the leave-photo above had been blown down by a fierce storm, only just missing a beautiful old building from the 17th century (1625 to be precise).
That's what November is like here.
November is misty mornings.
Just above the ground most of the times.
Everything then looks like it's missng legs, pillars, trunks.
|Friesland, on our way to Ameland|
November is golden sunsets
like here above the dunes of Ameland
up north of the Netherlands in the world heritage area called the Wadden Sea,
where land and sea mingle.
(But more photos of that in a future post.)
We were on a bike ride that day and made it home
just in time before it became pitch dark in the dunes of Ameland.
You don't want to get stuck in the dark there.
Trust me. You don't.
There are no street lights in the dunes...
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