A typical sight in our Cotswolds village as cars parked overnight are wrapped in a blanket of leaves before being being driven off to work.
A few simple images that unquestionably signal Autumn. The berries ripen, the lichen takes on a deeper colour, and the leaves fall. All seen within a few weeks and in streets, gardens and woods everywhere.
A walk through our local woods is a macro photographer’s delight at this time of year with its abundance of fungi, mostly inedible, all temporary. None is more temporary than a typical Stinkhorn which 24 hours later has degraded into… Read More ›
Autumnal Glow Leaves glow in the Autumn because of Carotenoids—yellow, orange, and brown pigments that were overshadowed by the green chlorophyll in summer. Glow