How time flies and so many skies to upload!
The fog descended during the previous evening and didn't clear all day.
The fog just got worse and worse. Thank goodness we didn't need to travel in it as it would have been treacherous.
Phew, the fog is nearly all gone with just a bit hanging in the valley.
Then we had glorious blue skies and it was so warm that I am still running in a vest and shorts and the horses still haven't got their winter blankets on.
Unseasonally warm in fact and that really isn't a good thing for so many reasons, not least that it has been the driest November on record in our area and they're already talking about water shortages looming large. Plus all the plants and wildlife are confused with things in flower that should still be sleeping and insects that should have died off still buzzing around.
Another glorious day and I took advantage of it by running across the fields.
The sun is setting such a long way away from when I started taking the photos back in September. It's fascinating watching the changes.
I just managed to catch this partial rainbow in the morning as it was getting light. There had been a short shower followed by the sun rising and the rainbow only lasted a few seconds.
Although the days are bright, the temperature has started to fall and so it was time to light the woodburner in the evening.
Tinker was very pleased about that!
We had our first ground frost last night and I took this at the back of the house just as the sun had risen, at the front, as I liked the pink tinges it gave the clouds.
Phew all up to date again on the sky front.
Later will be news about running, knitting and other crafting.