On the Second Day of Lunar New Year . . . . . . Peach Blossoms Everywhere. January 29, 2017 by Michael Lai in A Photo a Week, Travel, Travel Theme, Weekly Photo Challenge, Wordless Wednesday and tagged bamboo, Chinese New Year, peach blossom Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
So pretty, Michael–with the perfect background.
Thank you, Loisajay!
Beautiful! No blossoms here in Atlanta yet. We thought it was about to get warm and then the cold came biting back with teeth.
The weather here is quite warm by Lunar New Year standards!
We haven’t been so lucky the past two or three days.
May good weather comes . . . .
Odd weather patterns, though no fruit trees blooming yet, here in the Appalachian Mountains. We might be 5F on Monday and 60F by Wednesday. We are out weeding the garden beds in January. I best not forget to prune the fruit trees before they do bloom.
You and I live in a completely different environment. You high up in the mountains , me in the flat coastal area which is sub-tropical. I like reading your experience which highlights the contrast of our living conditions.
Peach blossoms so early? Well, well…
Yes, they bloom around Chinese New Year time.
Hardly any seasons here. In Europe, those trees start blooming later, march or april. Too cold before that.
We only have short Spring and Autumn; we are getting too warm and extreme!
The north of Mexico can be worse, in MOnterrey, they can have temperatures from 40C in the summer to minus 10C in the winter… Here is less extreme.
We can have 3 degrees in Winter and 35 degrees in Summers
Not that different then.
Daily difference could be up to 13 degrees in Winter
Oh. hard to dress up accordingly.
Maximum temperature is around mid day and minimum temperature is during night time or early morning.
I would have thought the weather to be more tropical-like. I’ll bring a jacket when we come to visit HK.
Depending on the season, if it is Summer – you only need to bring a T shirt; however, if it is Winter, you need a jacket!
If only a jacket, it ain’t too bad, compared to Europe or the northern US. 😉
In Winter, we can dry and cold. Just in terms of temperature, we rarely get below 3 degrees Celsius.