"I cannot endure to waste anything as precious as autumn sunshine by staying in the house. So I spend almost all the daylight hours in the open air" -- Nathaniel Hawthorn
Autumn is a funny one.
One one hand you've got the autumn leaves, the cold crisp mornings, wrapping up warm and log fires. All very lovely and picturesque indeed.
...then you've got the rain.
So i'm calling on you to send in your favourite autumn snapshots to me here - hollie(at)howies(dot)co(dot)uk, to remind us why autumn (or Fall if you're Kim) is actually quite a nice month afterall. I'll make a slideshow of the nicest ones at the end of next week. Remember to include your name and where the photo was taken so i can credit you accordingly.
So then this time next week we'll all be able to sit back in front of a log fire, crack open a beer (hey it'll be friday afterall) and enjoy...And then hopfully have an urge to get out there and enjoy it properly.
Here's one to get you started. It was taken last weekend in Cwmcou, just outside Cardigan. Nothing spectacular i know...i just like trees.