After missing last week’s CMMC, this week I’m back with some October colors for Cee’s challenge 🙂

Despite a long dry summer, the Oak trees have a good crop of Acorns…

Acorns

…Many of them already fallen to earth where the Squirrels and Jays will gather them to store for Winter. The Acorns may be brown, but the leaves are still green.

Autum is favoured by some flowering plants – Michaelmas Daisies being one that is well known. But this year I’ve got some Japanese Anemones to share…

Japanese Anemones

Autumn is a time for Fungi – I believe this is a member of the Omphalotus family…

Omphalotus

The days grow shorter as we move into mid-October and if there is a Sunrise, it is often a watery one…

Autumn Sunrise

…but, in the middle of the day we can be treated to a glorious blue sky to contrast with the changing colors of the trees…

Autumn Colour

For Cee’s Midweek Challenge I’m picking ‘Hints of Autumn’ as my subject.

Stephens House…

Avenue House in Autumn Rain

…A drizzly day with turning leaves and berries on the trees.

Freight passing over Camden Town…

66572 crosses Hawley Road

…with Maples starting to turn but there’s some blue in the sky between the clouds.

Autumn setting in at The Gatehouse…

Metroline DLD695 (LK55KLJ) passing The Gatehouse

…with the Linden (Lime) trees losing their leaves and the Planes just starting to turn. The hanging baskets on the pub are still putting on a colourful display though 😎

Cee has given us a photo with some Horses and Trees to work with for this Midweek Madness Challenge, so taking those as our cue, here we go👍

Here are a couple of horses and a fence on Bury Farm along Edgwarebury Lane…

Here are a pair of horses with a carriage accompanied by an outrider on Buckingham Gate…

Here’s some trees and a path beside Folly Brook…

To finish, here’s a view from early summer – Rape ready to harvest, wheat growing and the trees in full leaf…