Tuesday, 6 October 2015

The First Kiss Of Autumn

October, the tenth month. Ten photos taken in Cambridge University Botanic Gardens.





















Take care.



21 comments:

  1. Ten beautiful, seasonal photos! I like them all and the different angles you have taken them from, the cyclamen are very pretty and I love the underneath shot of the Cosmos:)

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  2. These are all lovely photos but the final one is my favourite - such rich autumn colour.

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  3. Ten beautiful images of Autumn John.

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  4. Such beautiful images of this most wonderful of seasons.

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  5. Beautiful images! Love the fall colors in your first and last photos.

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  6. Lovely. The first photo is gorgeous!

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  7. Lovely, seasonal photos. Autumn is so very photogenic!

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  8. I think the autumn colour this year is becoming unusually spectacular.

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  9. This is a lovely series, John, beautifully photographed. Two of the plants look like crocus, which is an early spring bulb in New England. Does it have a different blooming pattern in the UK?

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  10. Ten terrific autumn images John, I so wish we were in autumn heading for winter instead of summer :(

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  11. Nice contrast of the red leaves against the yellow ones. I like the subtle colours on the trunk of the aspen. Jack, the crocus are probably fall crocus (colchicum- different from the spring crocus).

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  12. Lovely photos, I like a lot. You have find great objects.
    The autumn is very beautiful.

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  13. I like your idea of 10 photos for 10 months. So many variations possible

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  14. What a treat, John! The last photo is gorgeously dreamy.

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  15. You've captured 10 great pics John ... and I bet you enjoyed the challenge. I's a lovely time of the year for you.

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  16. Very dramatic photos!! - barbara

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  17. All so lovely!
    i especially love the stripes on the trunk of the tree.

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  18. You have a great resource in that garde - may it grow in peace

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