As the rain is drizzling down and the cold wind is biting, i thought today was the perfect time for this picture from Sagres, Portugal. I was in Portugal for the month of October this year, where the weather was a nice and warm 20-30degrees. Shorts and t-shirt weather, no? Well, for the locals of this little coastal town in the Algarve, these temperatures were starting to get a little bit chilly, and the big jumpers and coats were multiplying around me, even on the trees. The people of Sagres had knitted lovely colourful jumpers for the trees, just incase they were feeling the biting cold of the 24degree weather too.
Questionable winter weather temperatures aside, the little jumpers for the trees were certainly a feast for the eyes, coming in all kinds of patterns and colours, many with accompanying butterflies or lizards to seal the deal.
What do you think of the woolly trees? Something to roll out in your local community, or charming addition to a quaint Portuguese fishing village? Thank you for reading, and see you tomorrow!