Sunday, November 17, 2013

sundays

Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!
Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!
Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!
Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!
Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!

The rain has finally abated and there's some sunshine peeking through my window. It's finally beginning to feel like Summer. With each day I'm getting more and more excited for the festive season. It must be strange to you Northern Hemisphere folk but I associate Christmas with days at the beach, ice cream and (usually) a mild bout of sunstroke. The last two years I've managed to smother myself in suncream but when I was younger it was a different story.

Anyhow, I hope you all (like me) have a lazy Sunday in the young summer sunshine.

Photos by Jana Martish.

10 comments:

  1. gorgeous shots! It does seem strange to me to have Christmas in summer, but I imagine it would be pretty awesome once I got used to it! haha.

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  2. I love the atmosphere in these photos. They're beautiful!

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  3. Gosh, this makes me sad that it is absolutely freezing here and so dark! xxx

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  4. So funny to think of the southern hemisphere in summer right now haha :)

    aclassystateofgrace.blgospot.com

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  5. I love these photos! Great job. It's suppose to be fall here but still feels like summer with 80 degrees

    Xo, Delightful Sunflower

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  6. At first I was confused, but then I saw Signe's comment and scrolled up to read that you live in South Africa! We're heading toward opposite weather where I am. It's totally bizarre for me to think of Christmas being warm & all about ice cream 0.o

    These photos are really beautiful. Very emotionally evocative. I totally get the feeling of summer--all that sweet lazy sunshine. . .

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  7. Wow such beautiful photos. I did some grocery shopping, and some work on the computer but other then that pretty chill.

    Allie of ALLIE NYC formerly Dressing Ken

    www.allienyc.com

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  8. Oh im jealous. Where were you? My Australian sunday was filled with pouring rain and a warm cup of tea.

    I can't wait till the heat comes back and the sun peaks through and I can enjoy my sandy summer Christmas :)

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  9. I too associate Christmas with the warmer months and summer family barbecues and drinks outside in the warm light. I cannot wait for December.

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