Just been through all my photographs looking for the 4 seasons.
“For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven, (Eccl 3 v 1)
we took a walk on Sunday in Crawfordsburn country park. The Autumn colours were at their best everywhere you looked. Under your feet a bed of crisp red leaves thick enough to kick in the air. With the sun low in the sky highlighting the leaves yet to fall.
I love the colours at this time of year. Alongside evidence that summer was not long ago.
What an amazing September – so much sunshine and so little rain. I find I need to get down on the ground to get my favourite shots. I love the way the light catches this leaf and the details like the veins highlighted, as well the drops of dew on the blades of grass.
Every time I have been out with my camera there has been so much to see – trees changing at different rates, chestnuts ripening, and the hydrangea colours are particularly striking. This is Christ Church taken from the corner of the graveyard.