Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Autumn Trees


The autumn colours are magnificent this year. Beeches are always one of my favourites at this time of year and thisyear they seem to be excelling themselves with wonderful mixes of colour in the trees as you can see from these photos (above and below).

Also the hornbeams (the trees I'm 'studying' for Tree Year are looking lovely.

and footpaths and riverbanks are collaged with leaves.

I do love autumn!

For those of you who are interested in my progress with NaNoWriMo I'll be updating every few days on Over Forty Shades and every day on Facebook. I'll be posting interesting links I've found while researching the novel over on Twitter. (I've written 6 107 words so far!)

8 comments:

Hannah Stephenson said...

Happy writing to you (and autumn). I'm a sucker for these leaves, too...

Rabbits' Guy said...

Pretty pix. (Can I borrow about 500 words? You have plenty!) Nice going ...

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Juliet,

Autumn is such a beautiful season all the magnificent colours about.
I loved seeing the trees and leaves in your neck of the woods.

Happy Thursday
Hugs
Carolyn

Gabrielle Bryden said...

Beautiful autumn colours. Good luck with nanowrimo.

ashok said...

wow!!! just beautiful...

Carver said...

Good luck with your writing!

I love the shots of autumn trees.

K.C. Woolf said...

Gorgeous colours! I love this time of year; it's so atmospheric.

Good luck with NaNo! :-)

dreamfalcon said...

beautiful captures of fall!