At this time of year in mid autumn, warmish sunny days and cooler nights quite often produce a mist or fog in the morning. And this year has been no different.
As the sun comes up, the nearby tower looms up out of the fog producing some good photo opportunities for an atmospheric feel.
Down by the, not to put too fine a point on it, muck heap, there is an old tree stump. This year it has been totally invaded by a mushroom type fungus. Like a number of other things this year, this is probably a result of a warm and long late summer extending well past its normal timeframe. This is one of the more interesting aspects. The plethora of wasps still buzzing about in late October certainly isn’t!!
The leaves are finally turning and producing striking autumnal scenes over the landscape. The browns contrasting with the greens that remain.
It is however, still warm enough for a bit of a lie down in the remaining warmth.