Tuesday, 4 November 2014


With the 'joys' of Hallow e'en behind us and the shops filling nicely with all sorts of Christmas goodies, it was nice to see a bit of seasonal weather this morning. Having had temperatures well above the average for so long, it was a bit of a shock to the system to have to don the thermal hat for the first time this autumn as we ventured out into the mist.  We headed for the lakes of Straw's Bridge and were greeted by the sight of a thin layer of mist hanging just above the water's surface.
The mist had been lifting all the while, but before the sun broke it up all together, I managed a few 'arty' shots through the Dog Rose hedges which surround the lake. Not much colour to speak of this morning, except for the red of the rose hips.
Back home for a hot coffee and a bit of digital manipulation on the pictures to turn this one into something a little different.
Looks like winter is well and truly on its way, so it must be time to start my letter to Santa..!
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