I know, I know, but it looks great and I could not figure out which one was the best, so therefore two 🙂
Taken from Burnsall, just a nice sunny spot on the Yorkshire Dales.
Can’t walk our mutt Tilley past water, without her having to have a dip. Well we taught her that swimming was good for her, by taking her to 10 hydrotherapy classes for her bad legs. Best part is that when she gets home she sleeps for the rest of the day.
Well it is this time of year again, where photographers amateurs and pro’s alike run amok in your local woodland or park. Oh well I joined the stampede and headed to the Skipton Castle Wood.
Not much to say about this – Can’t see the trees for the wood – which is true, looking into a forest you can’t see anything but tree. Layer upon layer of trees, until bird or other animal moves and you can see deeper into the woodland.
Ah, the season to “kick it” is among us and it is really the time to be jolly. Just be careful wet leaves will be slippy.
It’s harvest time, get your crops in before the frost arrives.
Also “fondly” known as Chutney.
Yes they do look beautiful, wonderful colours and are just begging to be kicked about. Though do be careful: if they are wet they are as good as an ice rink. After a fall a few years ago where these little blighter took the front wheel away and I came down hard, wet leafs are now known as Chutney. Because of the mango coloured bicycle I was on was called that and the mess I have hit looked a bit like some too.
I was looking for a few chestnuts to have in this photo, but scavengers had already been there, so you just have to imagine them there. I bet someone are going to have a good game of conkers.
… when you ride your bicycle with a Brooks B17 you can’t enjoy looking at the works of art it is.
A few weeks ago I got a new honey coloured Brooks saddle, which have since then been changing colour. I really loved it as it came out of the box, but after each ride it has darkened a little bit. And each day the new colour, along with the copper rails, makes it look even better.
This is a bit like the old tomato, aluminium and nike etc. thing. I say fall because the leafs are falling or is it because my English teacher picked the US version or because I have watched too many US sitcoms. But if it is the latter, why the heck do I say all the other words in the Queen English?
Anywhoo, what ever you call it, I’m about to bore you a bit with some photos of the season.