I adore this time of year.
The variety of colours that nature offers up. The crisp feeling in the air during early morning. Going on a windy walk all wrapped up, but looking forward to the bliss of getting in, and cuddling up on the sofa with a steaming mug of something hot.
This time of year really inspires me to get out my camera and capture an Autumn feeling within the shot. I favour close-up shots, (to me, they’re a must), but I find there’s such a huge range of inspiration to be found in the diverse textures, colours and weather variations offered by the outdoors in the months before winter really sets in.
It’s also a fantastic time to explore the outdoors with children. Together, we look for leaves with beautiful colours on display, hunt for conkers and get great delight in wearing wellies and stamping in muddy puddles.
Very simple – a child friendly activity, but one that brings out the inner-kid in all of us.
So, I want to share just a few Autumn pictures which I’ve captured recently.
These are just a few of the many photographs I have taken, and just a fraction of the amazing and beautiful things I’ve observed over the last few weeks.
So, in our family, the hats, winter coats, gloves and scarves are on and we get to enjoy my most favourite season of the year.