Thursday, 22 October 2015

Exmoor Autumn


This week I bring you photos from my Mum's garden on Exmoor.  Enjoy!

There is colour still hanging on in these late flowering blooms.



And who cannot love the sight of raindrops on alchemilla leaves?


The views over the moor are bursting with late autumn colours which are fast moving from tree to ground.






 And despite the lateness of the season some new flowers are brave enough to still be breaking bud.


I am joining in with Annie's How Does Your Garden Grow but I may not be able to comment for a week due to limited Internet access.  Will have a good catch up when I get back to France unless I can get online somewhere before that.



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4 comments :

  1. I'm with you on the raindrops on those leaves - it's almost, just almost worth a bit of rain. Not a lot, just a bit :) #hdygg

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  2. Oh I would love views like that from my garden! Your lucky lucky mum. I always think that raindrops on leaves look like teeny tiny diamonds sparkling (if only ey?)
    Hope you are enjoying your time away Rosie - and thanks for managing to join in, 10/10 for a stirling effort x

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  3. I haven't seen nearly enough fuchsias this year

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