Autumn Morning ~ How Does Your Garden Grow
There’s some peculiar folk out there who aren’t too keen on Autumn, I know! Crazy fools!
Autumn, like Spring is a season just full of potential.
Some plants die off, others begin to thrive whilst some just seem confused and don’t really know what to do.
As I took a walk around the park earlier this week I was amazed at the colour still visible. There were the expected reds, yellows and orange tones but mixed among them were pinks, whites and purples.
A true visual feast for the eyes.
You get all the weird looks when trying to get photos from a low perspective.
Oh I’m loving this door, it’s a secret door to who knows where!
Recent windy weather turned this tree bare and naked *blushes*
Looks rather sinister me thinks.
Here’s the colour I was speaking of.
Raindrops on roses, how beautiful!
I was stunned to see the rose bushes still in flower.
I’m going to mention the C word….these red berries just scream Christmas!
Whilst these rosehips promise petals in the near future.
This here is my favourite tree, the colour of the leaves is always just perfectly beautiful.
Another thing I was rather surprised to see, were so many dandelions, I’ve always considered these Spring flowers.
And feathers…there was a weird abundance of feathers around!
Feathers, like petals, always amaze me at how the colours just stop and change from one to another, especially on Magpies.
I got rather ridiculously excited when I realised there were two types of pine cones growing in the park, I know, I’m officially a saddo.
This little fella was happy as Larry just sat on a post eating brekkie.
I’ve been trying to go for a few walks every week, with the kids now in school full time they can’t come with me as often as I’d like, I have however been able to gather up some woodland treasures for the boys.
I was RIDICULOUSLY excited when I found acorns, for the past few years they’ve always been this gnarled gross looking diseased urgh-corn, so being able to show the kids proper acorns was rather exciting.
I just realised I’ve used the words excited and ridiculously a lot in this post, can you tell I rather like Autumn?!