There’s a chill in the air now and a heavy dew in the morning but the leaves on the trees are still green. Up on the hill, the fireweed is living up to its name as flame red leaves catch the sun and the seeds take flight on feathery tails, like wisps of smoke.
Amy’s theme for this week’s Lens-Artists Challenge is Colours of Autumn. Apart from the fireweed (or rosebay willowherb) it’s a little early for autumn colour here. So here’s a scrapbook of autumn colour, from past Octobers and Novembers.
Autumn Light – Parc de Sceaux – November 2017
Maple Orange – October 2015
Katsura – Edinburgh Botanics – October 2020
Faded Bracken – Forêt de Fontainebleau – October 2015
Dried Eryngium – Jardin des Plantes – November 2018
Reed and Oak – Jardin des Plantes – November 2018
Gold on grey – Cimitière Père Lachaise, Paris – November 2016
Prairie Gold – Parc Martin Luther King – October 2016
Autumn Grandeur – Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris – November 2018
Beech Bronze – The Hersel, Scottish Borders – November 2019
Rust Brown – Cimitière Père Lachaise – September 2018
Colours of Autumn – St Ouen – November 2018