Silent Sunday 9.10.16

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. Oh wow, autumn really has arrived in Cheltenham hasn’t it? Beautiful shapes in those biodegrading leaves though. Amazing detail.

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    • Thanks! We haven’t seen much in the way of autumn colour in the trees, but I thought these were fascinating.

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  2. Beautiful autumnal shot. Are they Chinese lanterns? They are my favourite to photograph. #MySundayPhoto

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    • Thanks very much! They’re actually hydrangeas 🙂

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    • Thanks very much! They’re so beautiful, aren’t they? I was lucky that I found these in my garden!

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    • Thanks very much! Amazingly, they seem quite resilient. I spotted them several days ago and meant to go back and photograph them. I was pleased to find they hadn’t changed!

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    • Thanks very much! These were a lucky find in my garden 🙂 x

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    • Thanks very much 🙂 It was a lucky find!

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  3. what an amazing detailed photo. It looks like winter is well and truly on the way! Saying that, I’m sitting by my patio doors in the sun writing this. I’m sure I’d feel a chill rather that warmth if I opened the doors though.

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    • Thanks very much! There’s definitely more of a chill in the air now.

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    • Thanks very much. I was pleased to spot it in the garden!

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    • Thanks very much 🙂

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  4. Weirdly ours ar still intact and pink and purple. I’m not complaining about our mild weather on me bit though 🙂

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    • Nor me! We’ve got one that is still pink and this one which seems to be a few weeks further on!

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  5. So delicate and beautiful! Used to fascinate me as a kid – flower skeletons! 🙂

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  6. Oh I love it! I’m not too happy about the fact that these leaves are looking so wintery already though, I’m not ready!
    Nat.x

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  7. I love Autumn I love the season. You captured the beauty and the frailty of nature x

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