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6 Dec

A jay struggling with a large acorn

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Nuthatch in a thorn tree.

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4 Dec

A murky Sunday as damper Atlantic weather replaces the Arctic northerlies.
Looking north towards Ditton Place on Brantridge Lane.

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Tanyard Lane

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2 Dec

Fallow come in assortment of shades. Some are very pale, almost white (menil), some tan and spotted,
while others are very dark, almost black (melanistic).

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26 Nov

There's plenty of fungi in amongst the damp leaves

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23 Nov

Autumn in the woods.
Falling branches and leaves block the stream after last night's wet & windy weather.

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20 Nov

Fox trotting through a field of sheep.

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19 Nov

Blue skies and autumn colours on Sunday morning

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17 Nov

When you look closely these frost-covered field thistles have beautiful pink prickles.

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15 Nov

Fox, sneaking through the thistles

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14 Nov

Wood blewitt mushrooms (edible) enjoying last autumn's rich compost.
This mushroom is piggy-backing on a larger one.

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Dry leaves carpet the floor of the woods

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13 Nov

Beautiful colours to the autumn leaves.
They don't evoke quite the same thoughts when they are piling up in the garden

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8 Nov

Beech, turning yellow and then its winter brown...

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...and this wonderful clerodendron berry looking like an edible sweet. (It is poisonous)
Why is a clerodendron called the peanut butter tree? Is it the fragrance?
Is it because some have allergies to it?
 

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photos courtesy of Jonathan Rowland

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