Autumn details


My daily walks have been keeping me sane and connected to the season as it evolves. I’m grateful for all the details that catch my senses as I am strolling along.

Tiny drops of dew shining on hairy seeds.

The smell of wet autumn leaves decomposing at the feet of the trees and sensing the layers of humus that came before them as the soles of my shoes sink into the ground.

Orange seeds bursting forth from bright pink flowers.

The distinct sound of a woodpecker jabbing away at a tree and the flash of its red feathers as it flies to its next pecking spot.

Mushroom clans where it seems like the elders are looking out for the playful young ones.

That sound when you kick through a thick pile of dry autumn leaves and the joy of their multitude as they float upwards and land again, each one slightly different shape and colour than the next.

4 thoughts on “Autumn details

  1. There’s nothing quite like the smell of wet autumn leaves. That’s why we’ve been spending lots of time in the nearby forests and trying to soak up as much autumn goodness as we possibly can. Thanks for sharing such beautiful photos and have a lovely evening. Aiva 😊

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    • Dear Martina, thanks for dropping by and for your kind words. I really appreciate it. The feeling is mutual ❤ I love your photography and your eye for detail. When I read your posts it's like I am there with you and it allows me to travel to the wonderful places along with you! Wishing you a lovely 2021 and look forward to your next posts 🙂

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