Saturday, 22 November 2014

Late Autumn by the Water of Leith

Beautiful day today for an autumnal walk along the Water of Leith between Roseburn and Dean Village.

vivid green moss on the wall

candle snuff fungi on rotting wood

velvet shank (?) fungi on rotting wood (above and below)

autumnal reflections

a river of leaves

a young grey heron


TexWisGirl said...

beautiful post!

Magyar said...

red leaves
along this river's flow
a yawl's course

__As >a river of leaves< reaches the sea, could not all the leaves... be considered,"a ship at sail?"

__In positive response to your walk's good photos. _m

RG said...

How pretty. Our creeks and rivers are now busy with spawning salmon!

Crafty Green Poet said...

Thanks TexWis!

Thanks for the haiku Magyar, and yes the leaves sometimes are ships and sometimes they clump together and form little islands!

Rabbits Guy - must be wonderful to see all those salmon, no salmon in the Water of Leith, as there are too many weirs stopping them from getting upriver

eileeninmd said...

Lovely series of images. The mushrooms and heron are my favorites.. Happy Sunday!

Donna said...

Beautiful shots and especially the fungi

Rambling Woods said...

Beautiful walk

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I love these shots - especially the river of leaves :)