Tuesday, 13 October 2015


My favourite season!   I love the colours of the trees, and even plants turn yellow and orange.    A lovely frosty, sunny morning, and I long to walk in the beechwoods where we used to live over 20 years ago now!   Still, there is plenty round here once the season gets going.

Cotoneaster berries on a self-seeded bush down the end of our garden.    Very welcome to stay!

The Chinese Rowan tree I found in our garden as a tiny seedling, which, with a bit of TLC has grown very big and beautiful.   The yellow tree in the background is a silver birch.

Fallen leaves in the park.

To see what glorious autumns others have posted, go to writteninc - or post some of your own!

If you visit, do leave a comment, I have been without the internet for so long I have missed you all!


Karen S. said...

Ah yes, I agree about it being a favorite season, there are so many wonderful tastes that arrive during autumn too. Hooray for pumpkins, and soups and lattes! Beautiful views into your autumn days Gilly!

Lisa Shafer said...

It's my favorite season too!
I love your first photo. Nice contrast of colors. :)

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I love Autumn, too. Summer is great, but eventually you want that first frost to knock down the gnats and mosquitoes, and to enjoy the colors.

Bob Scotney said...

We have a self-seeded cotoneaster too. The bees love the flowers and the blackbirds the berries. Great close-up shot.

sea-blue-sky & abstracts said...

So glad you have your Internet back Gilly, lovely to see your photos and autumn colours, Lesley. x