I've been wanting to do a post about a season I love, Autumn. Although I have had that autumnal feeling for a while, I was waiting to see the beautiful changes in the trees, their leaves turning from green to the wonderful golds, oranges and reds but around our area the leaves are mainly still holding on to their green leaves. Recently with some family we were discussing our favourite season,. I said if I had to pick one it would be Autumn or winter but then I thought more about it some more and how beautiful fresh spring days or wonderful warm summer ones can be, I remembered that there is something to love about each one. So far this year each season has tested my love with the lashings of rain that we have had across the country. That being said, there is something quite beautiful in the summer when there has been a rain storm, the clouds pass and then the sunshine battles its way out again and the leaves on the trees look so vibrant.
Today I'm going to share with you a few of my autumn pictures. (I tried to enlarge them but they looked pixilated so have had to keep them smaller).
These first couple I took today on a walk today with my Dad and Spike.
How blue does that sky look. To be honest most of the leaves on the trees still look pretty green where we were walking but the autumn leaves are slowly making an appearance.
The next lot of photo's were taken a couple of years ago in Ashdown Forest in East Sussex, it's a beautiful place and is the setting for the Winnie the Pooh stories. If you were to visit Ashdown forest you can see why A.A Milne was inspired to write the wonderful adventures of Christopher Robin and his friends. It truly does feel like a magical place when your exploring the ancient heathland and woods.
These photo's really show the beautiful hues of autumn.