Very British weather

 

“Sunny but cold and windy with outbreaks of rain. Remaining windy through the evening and night, with gales or severe gales. Feeling notably cold. Good sunshine in the west with intermittent rain. Fine interlude on Monday turning unsettled on Tuesday.”

As the seasons change, the weather seems rather confused. We’ve had snow in the north, in Leeds, heavy rain in the east, and sun and high force winds in the south. On London’s South Bank, I was struggling to hold the camera steady, and the glass of wine later on needed even more attention.

Flags aflutter outside tate Modern, London, September 2020

Long shadows and choppy Thames, London, September 2020

And the sun didn’t last long


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 27 September 2020

Posted as part of All Seasons

11 thoughts on “Very British weather

  1. Didn’t someone famous once say ” If you don’t like the English weather just stick around it will change in 15 minutes.” That is a paraphrasing of it but it was something like that.

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  2. These sky line and the bridge ae so attractive! You found some moments to have your camera ready for a bit of sunshine:):) Love these flags too. Thank you for sharing London’s magnificent views with All Seasons – they’re very beautiful! Have a great week, Jesh

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  3. Here is BC we’ve had similar weather. Sunny warm stretches are shortening. This last week was filled with cool rains and lots of wind. When we got back to our cabin after a week in town to take care of some chores I found my picnic table decorations blown around and I lot one of my solar light jars. – Margy

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