We have had the most fantastic Autumn here in Lancashire with stunning leaf colours and lovely mild days. It’s all changing now.
As temperatures start to fall the leaves will fall too. I love autumn and enjoy watching the seasonal changes. No hard frost here yet but it’s on the way I am sure. Until it arrives I am trying to make the most of this season outdoors before we go slip sliding into December and Christmas!
British trees have turned the most dramatic shades of yellow, orange and red as autumn marches on.
Here’s a simple explanation about how leaves change colour.
This is a great time for planting trees. If you spot a tree that you’d love in your garden why not take a picture or find out the name then pop out to buy one from your local nursery. Many trees are available as bare root specimens in autumn and winter which is the dormant season for deciduous trees.
I love Autumn… especially this year. It’s most definitely been the best time to get outside, walk through the woods and take photos of trees and leaves. It’s been mild and sunny in Lancashire and the trees around here have been simply stunning.
Thinking about a world without colour yesterday made me look closely at the colours around me this autumn. This is what autumn looks like in my neck of the woods so far this year. Still plenty of colour, especially when enhanced by…
Sunshine and blue sky provide the perfect backdrop to some stunning trees with brilliant autumn colours. I drive past these roadside trees often but never take much notice. They usually merge in with all the other green summer leaves so I’ve only just noticed how beautiful they are.