Autumn Colour Redux

Hmm, so it turns out that it’s not my carefully crafted prose you’re after, but pictures of our roads so you can dream about cycling along in a bidirectional headwind completely unhindered by other traffic, albeit vaguely troubled by the scent of slurry. Unfortunately, the weather today was not co-operating so my only outing to date has been up to the walled garden for beetroot, which is still going strong (and still tastes of dirt, yet strangely I sort of like it now).

At least the autumn colour is similarly still going strong – but mostly on the ground now. Stand by for November, and a whole lot of whinging about the weather.

 

You have been warned.

Oh, and Happy Halloween

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9 Responses to Autumn Colour Redux

  1. Has anyone said anything about Ugg boots yet?

  2. disgruntled says:

    fortunately Akismet deals with the spam silently and efficiently so I’ve no idea

  3. Bob says:

    Ooohh. Aahhh. (how’s that?)

  4. Kim says:

    lol i’m the same

    Looking forward to sharing the winges

    Love the photos

  5. disgruntled says:

    @Bob – thanks
    @Kim – I’m not really a November sort of person… roll on March

  6. […] I did warn you about the weather whinging, didn’t I? Well, stand by […]

  7. Ragged Thread says:

    The thing is, we know your history on gadgets. So we just want to make the most of your camera (esp autumn, Christmas, snows, frosts etc) while it’s still working. xx

  8. Ragged Thread says:

    anyway, number 3 is an absolute stunner.

  9. disgruntled says:

    thanks. And yes, fair comment re the gadgets…

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