Autumn in Pentwyn

My head is buried in NaNoWriMo this week, so I’ve not had time to come up with an interesting topic to write about. Instead I thought I’d share a few pretty nature photographs taken around the area I live in. Enjoy.

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A single orange leaf clings to a twig

A Single Leaf

Yellow-orange fallen leaves collect in a circle below a partially bare tree

Shedding Tree

A few red berries on a slim, leafless twig

Red Berries

A traffic cone on its side against a tree on a wooded slope

Traffic Cone

Brown, brittle sycamore seeds on a leafless branch

Sycamore Seeds

A few red autumn leaves on a sapling

Autumn Leaves

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Creative Commons LicenceThe images in this post are original photographs by Chrissey Harrison and are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

5 Replies to “Autumn in Pentwyn”

    1. Thanks Anne. I have a Canon 550d (which is a digital SLR for those not versed in photography) and most of those pictures were taken with a 55-250mm lens. I don’t have a macro lens at the moment, but I’ve been getting some good results zooming with the telephoto.

  1. Thanks TJ.
    By the way, taking pictures of traffic cones is one of my odd quirky hobbies. I hope one day to make a traffic cone calendar πŸ˜›

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