September ~ changes in the scenery.

Its been a while since I wandered down the fields, along the brook and to the river ribble. I was surprised by the changes that have happened in only a few weeks. Leaves are subtly changing colour, birds are enjoying the ripening wild berries that adorn the hedgerows and some flowers are looking a little fuzzy round the edges. Summer still lingers however. Its a lovely warm day. ๐Ÿ™‚

Ivy creeps up a shed.
Ivy creeps up a shed.
Dandelion clock
Dandelion clock
Hawthorn berries.
Hawthorn berries.
Brook.
Brook.
Indian Basalm
Indian Basalm
Wild Mint
Wild Mint
Changing colours
Changing colours
Blackberries.
Blackberries.
There's a birdie in there. honest!
There’s a birdie in there. honest!
Elderberries.
Elderberries.
Bunny
Bunny
Thistledown
Thistledown
Gulls
Gulls
Rose hips
Rose hips
Mr Robin gets his close up!
Mr Robin gets his close up!
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11 thoughts on “September ~ changes in the scenery.”

  1. A robin turned up this morning. During the winter I put food out on a table, and water both then and throughout our summer heat wave. We are now in the middle of having the back garden flagged, so we have nothing out there. I am sure it was staring in through the windows accusingly.

  2. Lovely photos. You’ve inspired me to get out and capture some of the changing season myself. I haven’t seen many ripe blackberries here yet – normally I’m picking them by now, especially since we’ve had lots of sunshine this summer. X

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