Tumbarumba does autumn exceptionally well for Wordless Wednesday

Tumbarumba in Autumn is spectacular

Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn tree – quote Emily Bronte – luckily Emily and I don’t get to rake up the leaves 🙂

Stay safe and well 🙂

Deb xx

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22 Replies to “Tumbarumba does autumn exceptionally well for Wordless Wednesday”

      1. Oh my goodness, that is definitely a big change in weather. My sister who lives near Woollongong mentioned the temperatures have been high one day low the next. We haven’t had much rain at all, which could mean we are in for a deluge very soon. Our area wasn’t called the Bay of Plenty for no reason 🙂 Hopefully the sun will shine for you soon.

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    1. We just love sharing our weather with you Donna! It’s coming in cold and wet here today so all the leaves will be gone in a few days time. Hoping you warm up soon 🙂

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  1. Thanks for bringing joy to my morning Deb. I just love these colours of Autumn however we don’t really have them where I live. I remember visiting the East Coast of the US during their ‘Fall’ and just loved the magic and gorgeous colours everywhere- yellow, gold, brown. I think it is my favourite time of year. x

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