Written for Carry On Tuesday
Apparently the wonderful display of autumn tints we see all around us at this time of year is something to do with photosynthesis, glucose and chlorophyll.
But I don’t want to know about that! As far as I’m concerned, it’s about now that dear old Mother Nature waves her wand and performs a kind of magic. It’s now she starts painting the countryside from her palette of enchanting colours. I’d like to think it’s her way of giving us a little treat before she takes off for her winter holidays, and leaves the landscape to take a well-earned rest for a few months!
Taken at Sheffield Park, East Sussex, UK