Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Smitten with sunshine

The average amount of sunny days (not including partly sunny) in November in New Hampshire is 6. We are now 8 days into the month and I am quite sure every one of them has been sunny. Some days are crisp and others are warm, but the sun has been a constant.

Indoors





And outdoors




22 comments:

  1. It's sunny here too and quite warm...I just want to curl up like a great big cat and have a nap in it!

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  2. Wonderful photos, Nan. My ex-husband lives in New Hampshire - that's about the only thing I have against it. :)

    I visited years ago and liked the whole countrified thing very much. My daughter almost bought a house there and we traveled up to look at it. Didn't work out. But we had a great drive.

    I suddenly remember that we'd all visited N.H. as a family earlier than that, on our trip to Maine and back. Ah, memories.

    I really do love that whole Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts block of states. Just gorgeous.

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  3. I was just out walking, Kay, and it is really perfect weather. Like summer only no bugs!

    Yvette, too bad! The southern part of the state is pretty 'citified' but up here we still have open woods and fields, thank goodness, though not as many as when I was a kid.

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  4. It is sunny and really quite warm here in Charlotte these days! After this week it is suppose to get really cold though. Not as cold as in NH but cold for Charlotte, NC!

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  5. Amazing, isn't it, Kathie?!

    Sherri, I think we're getting more like NC weather all the time, which makes me wonder what NC's weather is changing to.

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  6. Oh, I'm missing all that sunshine! Please extent it, haven't seen the sun for days. And when I left NH, I had nearly 2 feet of snow on the ground!

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  7. And we missed all that snow, Margaret. I'd still rather be in England no matter the weather. :<)

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  8. Isn't it wonderful? We will be in the upper 60's tomorrow... flirting with 70. The combination of sunshine and warmth this time of year is such a treat. It doesn't get any better!

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  9. I love the sun...I can take winter if the sun comes out often!!

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  10. Lovely photos, and I really like your new header photo too, Nan. Here for the last few days it's been nothing but fog, fog, fog.

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  11. It has been sunny and warm here, too. I love the sun.

    (Have you read The Apothecary yet? I will be interested to see what you think of it.)

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  12. Yes, it is that time o fyear when we savor every ray that is given to us. I sat out yesterday. It was wonderful. Love your pictures The header photo is great. A very moody sky.

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  13. Same unbelievable weather here in northeast PA. We're all enjoying it immensely in the knowledge that soon it will be gone. The cats are very confused by the time change and apparently think summer has come again.

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  14. JoAnn, you are so right!

    Staci, and when there is snow on the ground, there's nothing prettier.

    Thank you, Cath. I love the fog and wish we got more of it!

    I just began, Alex, and am enjoying it so far.

    Lisa, that header photo was one of those things the camera saw that I didn't. It is 'moodier' and darker than it really was. I like how it came out, but I take no credit!

    Barbara, that's funny about the cats! I don't mind the cold at all but this sun has been a treat.

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  15. I could go for cold crisp sunny days Nan! It's the cold gray rain in Oregon that we got tired of!

    Your home always looks warm and inviting and especially in the reflections and shadows of the sun.

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  16. Same here - so far (up until today, really), November has been better than July and August combined! Today, though, a cold, foggy morning with enough wetness in the air to leave droplets on my specs without it actually raining.

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  17. Thank you, Sallie. I love the way the sun looks as it come in the windows.

    Librarian, I love that kind of fog.

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  18. Not just sunny but S.U.N.N.Y.! How beautiful!

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  19. Now, Colleen, it is back to 'normal' November weather. Cool, rainy-snowy, cloudy.

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  20. These are very lovely, artistic photos, Nan. You've shown us how sunlight really can do magical things to everyday objects.

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  21. Kay, what a nice, nice thing to say. Thank you! I'm a big fan of 'everyday objects.' :<)

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