Happy Solstice!

DSC09672Summer is here – enjoy!

And for my friends in the Southern Hemisphere, may your winter be short and sweet. 🙂

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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53 Responses to Happy Solstice!

  1. Yay for you Eliza enjoy! It’s actually quite beautiful here in winter, we can still walk along the beach and feel warm sun. 🌈☀️🌈💚

  2. Robin says:

    What a great, summery shot. 🙂 Happy Summer Solstice to you too, Eliza!

  3. Happy Solstice, Eliza. 🙂

  4. Alice Pratt says:

    I think the Seagull is thinking…”oh, joy” I’m going to have some yummy ‘beach goers sandwiches!’

  5. naturebackin says:

    Happy solstice to you to Eliza and enjoy your summer garden.

  6. Let the sun shine! A long warm summer to you Eliza😊

  7. Happy Solstice, Eliza!! 🌻

  8. Wonderful photo to start the season and enjoy your summer!🙂

  9. Maysa Rose says:

    Happy Solstice! 🙂

  10. Vicki says:

    Happy Summer Solstice to you, Eliza. We’ve just had a glorious sunny, (but cold), week here in Melbourne, Australia, but July is often our coldest winter month and August I alway think has the best snow skiing up in the alpine regions of the state.

    I don’t mind the cold, but I hate the strong winds that turn heavy rain into a soaking and also turn umbrellas inside out.

  11. Kris P says:

    Best wishes for an enjoyable summer, Eliza!

  12. Laurie Graves says:

    Yay, summer!

  13. Karen says:

    Happy summer Eliza, winter is very cold over here this year.

  14. Kathy Sturr says:

    You have a knack for capturing the quintessential image Eliza!

  15. myplaidheart says:

    Oh, it’s summer alright. Upper 90’s with heat indexes into the 100’s. Ugh. That’s about 36 degrees Celsius! I’m definitely more or a British weather kind of gal. Happy summer!

  16. Cathy says:

    Happy summer Eliza! Did you get to visit the beach?

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you, Cathy. No, we never made it to the beach last summer, sadly. It’s become too much for a day trip and staying overnight can be expensive. Then there’s the pets at home, too. I did make to Maine by myself for a few days, which was lovely. I wish the ocean was a bit closer!

      • Cathy says:

        It’s a long way for us too. My visit to the sea last autumn will have to keep me going for a couple of years! 🙂

  17. And that summer is very welcome in its arrival this year! Not that you would know from my blog, which seems to be winter-y this week (I blame myself for scheduling all those posts a couple months ago).

  18. Maria says:

    Great image depicting all things going on in the summer.

  19. A refreshing photo. It looks so inviting. Im off to see the sea next week.

  20. Widdershins says:

    “What are those humans doing in my photo shoot? Alvin? Alvin, where are you? I thought you said this was a private beach? I’m not moving a feather until they’re gone … Oh, it’s so hard to get good help these days!”

  21. NorCal Zen says:

    That is a happy sweet photo! I miss the celebrations in Sweden. Midsommar (summer solstice) is the second biggest holiday of the year there. Lots of good food with friends and family, usually at an island, by a lake, or in the forest somewhere. Enjoy your weekend 🙂

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