autumn o’clock

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

autumn nature walks

Conkers don’t lie! If the cooler air and shortening days didn’t convince us then the start of the annual tree drop has certainly let us know which side of winter we’re on.

And we’re enjoying lovely crisp walks, finding lots of nature treasure, and it’s cool enough to require take-along tea! I love this time of year.

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2 thoughts on “autumn o’clock

  1. It’s drown under a deluge of “found objects” time here – where the children insist on bring home ALL OF THE THINGS! I found what seemed to be kilos on spent beech nut casings dumped on the hallway drawers – no one would admit to having brought them in!

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