And here are another two weeks!
I seem to be drawn to fungi this autumn. There is a lot of it about.
And leaves. Always leaves.
I wonder what he’s trying to say?
See what I mean…… This whopper was nestling in the grass and must have been at least 15cms in diameter.
A collection of flowers gathered.
And a naughty treat. Loved the way the colours in the packet mirrored the colours of the leaves.
My niece at the garden centre taking a photo of the mist on the moors.
Getting up to date with this past week. We continue with a nature theme starting us off is a juvenile shield bug.
A most amazing Dahlia that I forgot to plant in the spring. Gav found the tuber abandoned in the garage (oops!) So after planting in a pot I kept it in the greenhouse. This is a variety called Labyrinth and is so pretty.
This may just look like a teasel seed head and it is, but clever old plant – the seeds have germinated and those green bits are the seed leaves. There’s no wonder it pops up everywhere if it germinates that easily!
The glorious colour of a Hamamelis leaf.
Our wonderful Christmas tree sat waiting as it has these last few years for December roll around. Nestled on a branch I spotted this delicate feather. The green and grey looked good together.
A snapshot of the garden as it is a the moment complete with camera shy Bud.
And finally an autumnal flat lay. You have to put all those conkers to use somewhere right?
And there we go again.