Monday, September 29, 2008

September Morn

This was the view outside the study window this morning. I am hating that I have to leave when it is so beautiful at the moment. I have even been able to do some research and although writing time has been non-existent I have jotted down lots of notes re the story line. It is all coming together in my head rather quickly! I'm be on the road until a week Tuesday so I don't know where and when I will be able to have access to the Internet.
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13 comments:

sheepish said...

Atleast you have had a few days in Cornwall, I don't know how you cope with all the travelling. Autumn in England can be glorious.

KAREN said...

What a lovely picture. The trees are turning gorgeous colours here at the moment :o)

Debs said...

What glorious colours. I love this time of year when everything changes colour.

Jan Jones said...

Ooh, I do love autumn colours. Save journey(s), Liz.

Jan Jones said...

...er, I meant safe journey

Steve Malley said...

Mmm, spring here. Actually though, autumn in Cornwall sounds pretty good!

DOT said...

I am beginning to have a very odd notion of what you do that takes you away from home every other moment. Particularly when you have a view as gorgeous as the one pictured.

Alice said...

So glad I found your blog. Thanks for the comments on mine. I'm so, so jealous that you live in Cornwall. I've been on holiday there twice over recent years and I LOVE it. Good luck with the writing. Keep in touch.

Alice

Flowerpot said...

Be reassured Liz that Cornwall is back to grey and rain now!

Zinnia Cyclamen said...

I sometimes find that travelling time is great for helping ideas to flow. (JK Rowling thought up Harry Potter on a train - if it's good enough for her...!) Hope you had a smooth transition this time.

Phillipa said...

Have a safe journey, Liz. Your photos are beautiful, as ever.

Barrie said...

Sounds like we're at a similar point. I have a storyline crashing around in my head. Fun part of the process!

wordtryst said...

Lovely view. Nothing like some pretty foliage and blooms to give you a lift.