A walk through Epping Forest this morning just after a short rain shower.
The forest had everything – colour, sunshine, bright red fungi, old trees with nooks and crannies and the blazing oranges of autumnal ferns.
All images taken on the Olympus EM-1 with a 45 – 150mm lens. I travelled very light.
Is there a better way to spend an autumn morning?
Another year is slipping away – but at least it gives us the technicolor beauty of the autumn season
With some ‘photography’ friends, we spent the morning roaming parts of Epping Forest.
Against the odds the sun shone for a couple of hours before deserting us – but the morning was rewarded with the discovery of some amazing fungi!
… and, of course, some amazing Autumn colours!
Taken in Epping Forest on Wednesday …
Epping Forest Colour 1
Epping Forest Colour 2
Epping Forest Colour 3
Epping Forest Colour 4
Epping Forest Colour 5
Epping Forest Colour 6
Epping Forest Colour 7
From a walk in Hatfield Forest this morning….
There is still some colour left in the trees and the foliage, although the wind and rain is now stripping it away quite quickly. I found this in Harlow close to one of our supermarkets. ( You don’t have to walk too far! )
… in the trees… or the puddles?
… to walk past and not take the photograph!!
D800 + 85mm lens, ISO 400, f/9 @ 1/800 sec … and some lovely afternoon sunshine.
This morning, on the River Stort.
Just to prove you don’t have to travel far to catch a good image, this was taken in my garden early on Saturday.
The blazing colours of autumn.