Saturday, 3 October 2015

October's Colourful Squares






























24 comments:

  1. A fantastic selection of autmn images. Love the acorns and all the coloured leave and beautiful wildflowers. My favourite today is the single Scabia. Stunning. Have a lovely weekend Roy.

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  2. Hello Roy
    Pas besoin de mot, cette série longue et variée est superbe. En ce jour de pluie cela fait du bien.
    Bises

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  3. Lovely colours, still stuff to be seen that isn't green or brown when you look.

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  4. Goodness me. You did find a terrific variety of colours Roy. Lovely photos.

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  5. Hey Roy...I surely would not want to have to pick a favorite out of these gorgeous shot's, they are wonderful.
    I do like the lone Scobiosa for is artistic look, and Butter and Egg or (Toad-flax) has been one of my favorite wild flowers
    since I was kid.

    Grace

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  6. Wow, what a colourful blog Roy, it looks like summer in autum and I think you'll might see Waxwings with all these lovely and tasty berry's. Your photo no.9 is my favourite in this series because of the beautiful soft purple and the nice background.

    Regards,
    Marianne

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  7. Bonjour,
    Voilà un merveilleux bouquet ! Elles commencent à se rares nos belles fleurs....
    Merci pour ce feu d'artifice de couleur!
    Belle journée Roy

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  8. October also has really beautiful colors.
    Very beautiful and colorful blog :-)
    Compliments for your beautiful header :-)
    Greeting, helma

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  9. I really love this set of photographs, wild flowers, nuts and berries always attract me more than anything else partly because I recognize a lot more of them than I do with birds and butterflies:)

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  10. What a beautiful collection of shots Roy, they really capture the beautiful colours that one can find in the British countryside at this time of the year. I think the autumn colours are going to be really good this year once we move into the second half of October and into November.

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    1. Thanks David. Hopefully the wind doesn't blow it all down too quickly.

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