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Monday, 26 October 2015

There are times...

...when I wish I was in the passenger seat.

Autumn is one of those times because I would love to be able to snap away at all the wonderful colours that I see whilst out driving.

I have been keeping my fingers crossed for a week that we wouldn't have any windy days so that I might get a chance to snap the wonderful colours that I have been seeing.

This is the view towards Noak Bridge from Barleylands...

 ...the bushes in the office car park are heavy with berries...
 ...wonderful colours but a bit worrying as Country-folk will tell you this is a sign of a bad Winter on its way. The office is certainly surrounded by plenty of colour...
 ...it all looks fabulous as you drive by.

There is a corner by the Noak Bridge exit from the roundabout by the A127 that is an amazing array of colour but there is nowhere that I can park safely to get out and take some photos. I will just have to enjoy the colours as I go past.

Closer to home, the road that links Horndon with Lower Dunton looks like an avenue of flame.

I couldn't stop at the best vantage point but I still managed to snap some of the beautiful colours...






...these photos were taken late Sunday afternoon and the sunshine was still catching all the wonderful shades of yellow & red.

It is fabulous seeing all these colours as Mother Nature changes her outfit before getting ready for Winter.

Wouldn't it be great if you could have cameras in your glasses so that you could snap whatever you see....................................................................

4 comments:

sue jones said...

Do you know I was thinking exactly the same myself this morning after dropping my daughter off at her placement in the woods. So pretty!love the photos you managed to take.

Wendy said...

lovely autumn pics :-)

Redanne said...

DH has been out today too taking photos of leaves and trees, my favourites are always the Maple trees, they are so beautifully red at the moment. Your photos are lovely! Anne xx

Sandra said...

The autumn colours on the trees this year have been breathtaking