Having been blown away by the wonderful autumn colours I've seen from other countries in the following blogs Morning Musings by Cathy, Design Dreams by Anne and Amateurs ventures on life. I was determined to search out some autumn colour in England too! Although there are a few woods around here, unfortunately many have already shed their leaves and the autumn colour we found was mainly from the bracken.
Is it me or are the autumn colours not quite as magnificent as the last two years?
Colmer Hill with the Caledonian pine trees on the top is a distinctive local landmark. The trees were planted during the 1st World War. This looks so different to the last time I took a picture of this hill in spring, when the bluebells were covering it's slopes.
As my husband rapidly walked through this field of cows I couldn't resist capturing this moment!
The colour of the bracken on the cliffs blends in so well with the brown cow and the cliffs and the pebbles on the shore. We are still appreciating the thrill of all this scenery being accessible from our doorstop by foot!
Wishing you all a good weekend. We shall be enjoying homemade pumpkin soup, yet another way of celebrating the season! Thank you as always for popping by, I do appreciate your visits and also the lovely comments that you leave.