It’s time for another year of Festival of Leaves. This is the place to share your love for autumn and rain, for dark evenings and cups of tea, of books and all that you love during this time of the year.

~ Verena Cave


If you have some autumn leaves to share, then please visit Verena’s site and join in. She’ll be very happy to see you.

(Macro Monday will be taking a break for a couple of months )


13 thoughts on “Festival of Leaves: a fallen oak tree

  1. Big trees from little acorns, and all that πŸ™‚ I like that Header. It’s all starting to look a bit sad, isn’t it? A few tiny wisps of pink Boston Ivy clinging on at ours.
    So do you do your editing in a batch then? I tend to do it as I go along. Or not πŸ™‚ Haphazard Jo!


    1. Lots of greenery here still but not too much in the way of vibrant colours. My little trees are almost bare and the Virginia creeper is long gone. I have such a lot of posts to write up from September and Barcelona, I may have to resort to just publishing the odd photo! But I want to get a few walks done for you so they are the immediate ones to edit photos for. I think Spain will be after Christmas πŸ˜‰


      1. I wouldn’t worry over walks, Jude. Whatever suits! It’s tricky when you’ve done quite a bit of traveling and then the season changes. I still have English walks from earlier in the year that I might not use. ‘Inspiration’ for want of a better word takes me where it wants πŸ™‚


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