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Our front hedges turned brown on Friday. I expect all the beech leaves wil have fallen by next weekend, and I will have to get the broom out. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Well, it is that time of year…..
What a lovely shot, Sue. Simple but your clever framing works brilliantly
Thanks, Debbie! It was the autumn colours I was looking for, and they are finally appearing!
Yes, they took their time. I walked across Wimbledon Common yesterday and the colours were strong – just a shame there was no sun
Did you just take that photo. It’s so pretty. Our leaves are all gone for the season 😀
Yes, took it this morning!
Lucky you. 😀 😀
Yes, quite a lot of leaves have gone, but still a few left
Nice bit of autumnal framing, Sue.
I was pleased to see a bit of colour!
A peaceful sort of shot.
Yes, it is, I agree
Who ever lives there was having a Sunday Morning lie-in……. I hope you tiptoed past 🙂
No walking, the view from my kitchen window!!
Very English 🙂
And just out of your window! Lovely.