Amazingly, we still have some Calendulars flowering, even after a few frosty mornings – that £1 box of seeds was good value!
I’m in one of those patches on my blog when I can’t get my photos on quickly enough to keep up with the season – Autumn was so late this year and now seems to be rushing past. So although these photos are from only a week or so ago the tree has completely changed, thanks to the storms and frost (frosty flower photos to follow this week!).
So I will cram as much autumnal loveliness in the next few weeks as I can even though Winter and frozen, photo taking fingers will be here all too quickly! But there is an upside, I am looking forward to taking more bird photos again, it’s so much easier when the trees are bare.
The first of the misty mornings this Autumn, definitely one of the upsides – I did rush out a bit earlier than usual to catch it. However we are now in the grips of one of the more unpleasant, I would say that instead of going a walk we are now going a slip and a slide, the ground is so saturated, muddy and squelchy! Still the sun is shining this morning, I can see beautiful autumn colours as I sit and type this, so in a few minutes my son the dogs, camera and I are going a long, long walk (wrapped up and mud proofed!)