Autumn in the Village

Most of what I include in my blog would fit the Weekly Photo Challenge this week: Local. I don’t often venture very far, mainly taking photos around my village, and occasionally a few miles away in Cors Caron. So it’s all very much local. What is going in on my local area at the moment is the slow march of autumn, as the trees turn from green to gold, most of the flowers are gone, and the air cools and freshens.

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From flowers to interesting shaped seeds and dried up stalks
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Lovely Rosebay Willowherb fluff adorned with droplets
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Rosehips from the Dog Rose

 

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Fallen Beech leaf
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Fallen Oak leaves, glowing in the autumn sun
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Oak tree turning from green to golden
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