Soft autumn sunlight gives a nostalgic glow to ripening fruit and decaying leaves. The garden is looking wild and abandoned now but there’s still beauty in the details.
The best crop of Bramley apples yet
The birch tree, planted by four small children twenty years ago, now towers above the house
Hydrangea flowers fade gracefully into sepia skeletons
A dandelion clock poised to break apart in the wind
Golden rowan berries will soon be stripped by hungry blackbirds
Giant oat grass glistens in low sunlight
First autumn colour on the oak tree, twenty five years on from a seedling in a pot
From a distance the Sunset apples look picture perfect, though up close the blemishes appear
Prompted by the weekly photo challenge Nostalgia. Click on any photo to view the gallery.