Shades of early autumn.


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A few images of early autumn.

I’m about to head out into some nearby,ancient woods, Raincliffe to get some more shots and video, with the sexy blue camera…oh and I may take the dog and hubby as well – if they are on their best behaviour.

Depending on what I get, I will post on here sometime. Bet you can’t wait!

I must go…I have a wasp dive-bombing me and I need to introduce the der brain to the open window. Also, my greyhound is rolling around on the floor and needs her tummy tickling!

Have a brilliant start to the week and thank you for taking the time to visit.

Until the next time.

Dorne.

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