Fall guy

Autumn is now in it’s beautiful phase. Colours are bright and golden, frost has begun to dust the lanes, gardens and hedges in the morning. A low sun paints foliage orange and bronze. It was beautiful last friday, both in the city in the morning, and on my way home through the backlands in the evening.

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Acocks Green, Birmingham. 10:33am, Friday, 12th October 2012.

Lower Stonnall. 5:50m, Friday, 12th October 2012.

Footherley, near Shenstone. 5:42pm, Friday, 12th October 2012.

Shenstone is best in autumn. 5:31pm, Friday, 12th October 2012.

The leafy arcade of St. John’s Hill, Shenstone. 5:32pm, Friday, 12th October 2012.

Horse chestnut leaves, with moderate leaf-miner damage, near Shenstone.5:43pm, Friday, 12th October 2012.

In how many Birmingham suburbs do trees grow in the middle of the road – Acocks Green, for one. 9:36am, Friday, 12th October 2012.

Footherly, near Shenstone. 5:44pm, Friday, 12th October 2012.

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2 Responses to Fall guy

  1. dave cresswell says:

    Excellent pictures as always. Most would make lovely framed wall prints

  2. Ann Cross says:

    Lovely autumnal pictures, have to agree with dave, they would make great prints

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