Sunday, 31 January 2016

Ealing in bloom. In January (Part 2).

It's not just crocuses and daffodils - trees are flowering too across Ealing. And January has not yet come to an end. In Warsaw, we'll have to wait another ten weeks to see spring bursting forth in flower. Still, here are some more pics of Ealing in bloom for my readers located in Poland!

Below: St Stephen's Avenue, the church spire in the background.


Below: Gordon Road, three houses obscured by flowers from a single tree


Below: The Avenue, another riot of blossom


Below: close up of apple blossom on Cleveland Road, drops of rain still clinging to the flowers.


I wonder how long this floral feast will last? The climate is sending misleading cues to plant life.

This time last year:
Keeping warm in January

This time two years ago:
If you can't measure it, you can't manage it (health, that is)

This time three year:
Sten guns in Knightsbridge (well, Śródmieście Południowe, actually)

This time four years ago:
To The Catch - a short story (Part II)

This time five years ago:
Greed, fear, fight and flight - and the economy

This time six years ago:
Is there an economic crisis going on in Poland?

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