Autumn Equinox #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Linking to Sunday Still – Theme: Harvest Gold – hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt.

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34 thoughts on “Autumn Equinox #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. Are your leaves turning already? Ours are v delayed this year. I was out yesterday and realised most of thr conkers were still on the trees rather than littering the pavements. I’ve always linked the conker crop with thr schools going back but this year not so much. Mind you when the leaves do turn it’s delightful.

    1. Yes, Autumn has well and truly arrived in southwest Wales, Geoff. The blackberries have faded, most of the conkers are buried for the winter by our friends, the squirrels, and the trees are turning beautiful colours. All we need is one galeforce storm to bring them all down. And we’re having a delightful autumnal drizzly wet morning today. But at least it keeps the beaches and seafront quiet.

  2. Such lovely Autumn colors, Hugh! And no words are needed for these. I really love that leaf-strewn path. It reminds me so much of scenes from my old area of Sacramento in late October. As you mentioned, I agree that Fall is also my favorite time of year. It comes much earlier here and ends sooner so I will savor every moment, as I know you will!

    1. Thanks, Terri. I believe that’s what Wordless Wednesday is all about – no words; allow the pictures to tell the story.

      Autumn has already arrived here in Wales. She’s right on time this year. It’s always good to welcome her.
      I’m looking forward to seeing photos of Autumn in the Northwest of the U.S.A.

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