ShareMondays2018 – Intensely Autumn
A quick edit on my phone of this scene from NT Winkworth Arboretum went down rather well with family and friends on Facebook on Saturday, so I figured it needed a proper process and a bigger audience!
This fallen sycamore leaf needs no embellishments from me. It simply speaks for itself.
Sanguine in scarlet egress
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Wordless Wednesday: Glory Revealed
As all my posts for the next two weeks will be from the beautiful island of Kos, I thought I’d share a bit more of this wonderful trees autumnal colours.
I love sitting at either Bell’Amico restaurant or Taylor’s coffee shop opposite this tree, watching her glorious display.
I’ll bring the British Autumn back to you all in a couple of weeks. Until then be on the lookout for Kos Cats, Templar Castles, Greek and Roman ruins, lots of insects, stunning landscapes and some underwater photography too 🙂
I might not have much time to view many other blogs or reply to comments but please do leave them and I’ll catch up with you all properly when I return!
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