Crunchy Goodness Underfoot: An Early Autumn Walk With Aunty Muriel

This is my favourite time of year for walking and, what with today being a lovely sunny day, Dr B and I booted up at lunchtime and set off for a bit of a ramble. We’ve had a very mild September this year which means we had no chance of seeing any mushrooms yet, so I was on the lookout instead for colours, light patterns, and signs of autumnal decay setting in. We both started out and finished at Pishill Church (pronounced /ˈp ɪʃəl/) in Oxfordshire.

I’ve cherry-picked some of today’s photographs for the gallery below. Some have captions but not all, because I don’t know the name of many of the flowers and things I saw today and I don’t want to look them up right now…you see, I’ve borrowed a DVD of Les Diaboliques, and, to be honest, I want to spend the rest of my evening in front of the telly. I’ll get round to labelling everything one day soon. Yes, I will.

  2 comments for “Crunchy Goodness Underfoot: An Early Autumn Walk With Aunty Muriel

  1. Dad
    September 29, 2014 at 3:35 pm

    Looks like Roy is going to break into song The hills are alive would be good

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    • September 29, 2014 at 7:04 pm

      I’ve heard Roy sing. It wouldn’t be good.

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