October is such a colourful, and mellow, month as you can see from these Lawn loungers posts and other links.
Allison’s autumn in northern new england really does exemplify this time of year as does this superb photo, which is one of my favourites both for the aeroplane and the stunning background.
Daffy’s delightful October Song poem and Ellie’s thoughtful Autumn notes listing both tell us what we associate with this time of year.
Earlier in the month NiC took a photo of the LDNP oak golding, whilst yesterday Uphilldowndale wrote about the wider autumnscape in her terrific post Beautiful Day.
Yolanda reminded us that we should Let It Be in our gardens, as doing so will really help wildlife as we head into winter. I’ve done just that on the plot by leaving a couple of areas alone.
The Daily Telegraph’s Autumn colours around Britain is a wonderful selection of autumnscapes.
Enjoy the rest of Chocolate Week, and have a good weekend!
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