Sunday, 15 January 2012

Yesterday spent some time with my in-laws

We went to see how much the river had risen after constant rain for nearly 3 days.


Also to visit the kibbutz orange orchard not much sunlight but these oranges brighten up the dreariest day.
We went for a drive and stopped a little café; it was a nice day with the in-laws.
On the way back home we saw some birds (I think they are storks) fly over trouble was my camera was full I only managed to take one photo but it was an impressive sight to see all those birds.


I have been enjoying the no computer TV Saturday,I have not missed them as much as I thought I would.
I bought a book on places to visit so next week I have plans.


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A photo every day from my back door looking west.

10 comments:

  1. Lovely photos Cathy! glad you were able to take them with a full memory card. Love the ones of the citrus trees. cheers Wendy

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  2. Beautiful pictures!!! The oranges look like bright orange jewels! Have a wonderful day!!! Cathy

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  3. lovely to some where not covered in snow!!!

    Neat to see oranges growing on trees.

    Gill in Canada

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  4. Hi, Cathy
    I agree. The oranges definitely brighten up the day. The photo is gorgeous and I would love to pick a piece of fruit from that tree, but will make do with an orange from my kitchen.
    Thanks for bringing your photos to Sunlit Sunday! That shot looking west? Wow.
    -Karen

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  5. I enjoyed the photos in your post. The oranges dripping with raindrops, makes them look that much juicier.

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  6. Beautiful picture looking west from your back door. The oranges dripping with rain drops brighten any day.

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  7. Beautiful colour in the shot of the citrus trees - I could imagine that I was smelling the sharp perfume of the skin of the fruit.

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  8. I love the oranges with the sunlight and rain drops. GLAD YOU HAD A GOOD DAY WITH THE INLAWS.oops capslock sorry

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