I took some autumnal photographs in the garden yesterday.
It was October 31st and I tried to capture the beauty of the light on the autumn leaves.
I couldn't catch the bird song
or the slight smoky smell in the air
so you will have to imagine those things.
On the left is the sun shining through the Rowan tree.
The birds have now eaten most of the berries. I hope they don't regret gorging. I hope it's not too cold a winter.
On the right is the Virginia Creeper.
It is always far more spectacular than my camera can ever portray
so loads of imagination required here please.
This is a seed head from an echinacae flower.
I suspect the birds have been gorging yet again.
Then came this morning, November 1st, and the garden is telling me that winter has arrived...
...Now, where did I put my gloves?