Tag Archives: autumn colours

Ancient parchment?

Although it might  resemble a fragment of velum from a discovered ancient document it is actually a section of a fallen autumn leaf!  I was intrigued by the pattern of the markings, the colours and the textures.

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Autumn abstract

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November 12, 2016 · 8:00 am

The arrival of Autumn

Using a touch of watercolour filter

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November miscellany

Cotinus 3 November copy

 

 

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Autumn gains pace

The preliminaries of Autumn are now over.  The clocks have changed, resulting in a closing in of the end of the day, the stronger winds have removed most of the leaves from the trees and now just a  few colourful stragglers remain.

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Today in the garden

In the flower border the last surviving hydrangea flower head blooms defiantly as its leaves acknowledge the rapid approach of mid-autumn.

Hydrangea

A few feet away, in the fish pond, a solitary leaf drifts in limbo just beneath the surface, uncertain where to go, whether to sink or whether to float.

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Autumn leaves

Recent strong gusts of wind have accelerated the fall of leaves.  The pattern below has been created from images of fallen leaves photographed in the garden this morning.

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