ALL SEASONS – END NOVEMBER

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  1. the flowers really made my day – like each photo here – but as december rolled in, the days are so short and holiday lights abound – so I think that made the flower photos feel extra fresh for me today – going back again to peek at them some more (have a nice day J

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  2. The Huntington Library is a favorite place of mine to visit. We took our kids here often and they could run in the gardens and then enjoy the art, too. I remember seeing Blue Boy may times, and I’m pleased to hear it is being restored.

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  3. Those are foxgloves? I may have been mistaking stock for them. The other day I saw an iris in bloom and thought it was early. My godmother was up in Sacramento over Thanksgiving and told us how dark with rain it was the whole time. We were more fortunate. Rain a day, clear skies, rain a day, clear skies so far. Cheers to December, Jesh!

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  4. Wonderful shots, Jesh. I think those pink flowers are snapdragons from what I can make out. As you say restoring paintings is a fiddly business and can take longer than it took to paint the original painting! But what a wonderful jobs those restorers do!

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  5. I can hardly believe it is nearly December. We have been having weird weather this month, one day summer, the next winter. We had our heater on one night last week – it is nearly summer for goodness sake! Have a fabulous week.

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  6. Oh I am SO not ready to start thinking about Christmas! We’ve had some blessed rain here and it is cooler, but we will soon be in subtropical Florida (if all goes according to plan). The Huntington Gardens are fabulous and so are your pictures!! — I always love a Japanese garden — so serene (if there aren’t too many people).

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  7. It is beautiful place! Something for me. December? Yes, already! I think I’ll start decorating after the 6th Dec (that day we celebrate St Nicholaus’ Day). And then cooking, cooking, cooking… :0) And cleaning, cleaning, cleaning….
    Thank you for hosting.
    xoxo

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  8. Hunington is beautiful – I’ve never really explored Southern California. My trips were more around San Francisco Bay area. I love all your photos exploring difference areas. Have a lovely week.

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    1. Oh Carol,everything of the Bay area is “more” of, in the Los Angeles basin (that means also all the beach cities – Long Beach, Laguna Beach, Corona Del Mar, etc. are very charming with mild weather. Then at the very West coast you have Santa Barbara and Solvang, very popular.

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  9. Hello, it is great that California has had some rain, my prayers go out to all the fire victims and for the firefighters. The Japanese Garden is beautiful and I love the foxgloves. I saw you linked up to my critter party but the link is not working . Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day. Have a great new week ahead!

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  10. Good for your region that some rain came. Thanks for sharing flowery Huntington. I’ll bake a lot this Christmas time! Thanks for hosting interesting All Seasons and giving us possibility to share our things – have a nice new week!

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    1. Looking forward to see some of what you will bake:) Love how people have become more free (with time ) to really post what their experiences are – it makes it so much more fun – and am learning a lot about other cultures and countries:)

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  11. Huntington looks wonderful and it’s so hard to believe thats’s what it looks like now. Late November over here has become a grey month – though I did get out on a sunny day earlier this week, and will share later today for All Seasons. I’m glad Thanksgiving brought you some rain – having watched the tragedy of recent fires in California and elsewhere, rain becomes a true treasure.

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