Tag Archives: Autumn

Weekly Photograph Challenge: Edge

Summer’s a fading memory as spent leaves gather. The thud of leather on willow echoes in the misty gathering distance while a groundsman remembers his lines and marks angles criss-crossing on the bright green baize, the edge of the field. … Continue reading

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The Lure of Trees 4

Late Autumn at Eastnor The stillness of afternoon at Easton, Herefordshire is the subject of this new drawing of mine on the subject of trees. Colour and contrast, the feeling of die-back, spent energy and prospect of future beyond the surrender is … Continue reading


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A glimpse of a retreating Autumn

A glimpse of retreating Autumn outside the back door at Squirrel Cottage, Conderton, Worcestershire. Funny, I usually prefer the blue hydrangea…

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Travel Theme: Autumn

Autumn has a quality of melancholy; a change of light from bright yellow fresh green and gold to chromatic shades and hues, shadows from rain clouds and misty mornings. It’s the beginning of the end of Summer which we look … Continue reading

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Pop-Up Blog: Stealing Days

A summer of hot sun and lazy days has given way to cooler, wetter and windier weather. Autumn, and the harvest done, the hedgerows are abundant with berries to eat and nuts to store in winter larders. Suddenly a bright sunny … Continue reading

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