Thursday, 15 October 2015

Autumn - Thematic Photography

When Carmi sets us 'autumn' as a theme, the trees here in the North of England haven't all changed colour. My tree shot is from 2012.

Avenue of trees - Judges, Kirklevington
In October our annual reminder of autumn is provided by scenes like these.

Sign on a wagon carrying a Crooked Cottage for Yarm Fair.
The annual fair is being held this week in the High Street.

Autumn is a time for berries, so here's a recognition test - especially for my daughter. Feel free to tell me/her what they are.

Red berries (to the right of our apple tree)
Orange berries on the hedge (on the left of our drive)
At this time of year, now that the harvest has been gathered in, the farmers are particularly busy.

Autumn ploughing
They provide some interesting views.

Autumn colours
My previous post 'October Garden' ( ) might also be said to be an autumn post. You will find others by following the links at Carmi's Thematic-Photographic-352.


Karen S. said...

Lovely views, even if they aren't from this autumn. Our weather has been too nice as well. But I can feel in the chilly morning air that autumn will take a firm hold soon!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Nice shots :O]

Jo said...

Fall has really taken hold today. The wind was blowing off all the leaves and the lawns and roads are covered in them.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Pretty colors, Bob. I think I've known the names of those berries once upon a time, but the knowledge has fled the coop! Do the birds eat them? I seem to recall seeing loads of robins staggering around after eating fermented red berries in the winter.