The unseasonal rains has made for a much greener than usual summer. Lawns lie lush and verdant rather than dry and brown. The foliage is dense and vibrant. The vines are yet to harvest, the vintage delayed, as summer clings on for its last few days. For the Daily Post photo challenge It IS easy
Palm trees in the sun and before night fall, Anse Vata, Noumea. New Caledonia’s tropical climate makes for a perennial, if somewhat warm and often wet, spring on this South Pacific archepelago.
Living close to not one, but at least four world class wine regions, we see the transition in the vines and the grapes throughout the year. Take a brief stroll through our year.