Sunday, October 15, 2006

15 October: Autumn

A visit to Durham's Botanic Garden the other day; wonderful colours in the leaves.


A few cold nights have started the them off - later than usual this year?


There is a circle of sculptures near the cafe (good cafe), depicting historical local worthies - this one is George Stephenson.

5 comments:

The Murphmeister said...

Superb pics, Stitchwort.
Everyone is still in swimming cossies down here in Norfolk ... may be too warm for bonfire night fire!

stitchwort said...

Thank you.
Yes, up here in the North-East, the natives are still in shorts and vest tops.

KAZ said...

According to that glamour girl on BBC1, you folks in the East should be having rain, mist and gloom.

I thought for once the West was getting a special favour.

Those Autumn colours are marvellous.

Heather said...

I have never been to your blog before, lovely pictures, do you have any of winter flowers?

stitchwort said...

Hello Heather -
just found your comment on an earlier posting. Thank you. We still have some flowers in the garden - some sunshine coinciding with time and inclination to photograph, and they'll be here!