Some foliage on the border of the University and the car park. The picture captures the profusion of colour but not quite the golden glory of the Autumn feeling.
A lovely walk on an Autumn day in Farnham Park a couple of weeks ago. Click any of the tree-portrait images below to see them enlarged.
Took a short walk on an errand to a colleague’s flat through the Gostrey Meadow and happened on this pretty scene.
Back in Farnham for the new semester and we took a short walk. I’ll probably revert to a single post per day again, till I get in the swing of things again.
Continuing to post old pictures from Septembers past, this is the first one from 2008.
Another oldie from September 2006.
Sticking with the archive while I’m still traveling in the US, this one’s from September 2006.
This one, like the last post, is also from September, 2006.
I’m back in the US briefly so no new posts. Instead, I turn to the archive for photos taken in Septembers past, starting 16 years ago in September 2007. Some of the pictures that follow over the next week or so have never been shown here before, others are re-edited using newer tools and an evolved sense of how best to use them.
I wonder if they will update what they call this place?
Equally, there’s something about solo trees with no leaves in summer that cries out for portraiture.
There’s something about 2 trees alone in a field that says, “photograph us.”
One of our walks takes us past a horse (and donkey) farm. There were some new residents this time.
One of the loveliest things we’ve been enjoying on our rambles around Farnham is the golden warm tones of the sun on the grass and trees, complemented by the cool tones of the lowering sky and clouds.
We passed by various farms…
From the train station in Guildford we made it across the River Wey and up Pewley Hill for some magnificent vistas.