Autumn is a great season to head out with a camera, so on some recent walks I decided to see if I could capture some interesting seasonal shots. The first collection here was taken on a recent walk up some of the Wainwright fells in the Northern Lake District. The walk took me through a short section of Whinlatter forest (on my way up Whinlatter fell of course!). It was a bright sunny day, but for a short while I plunged into a cool misty woodland track. There were water droplets hanging on to the ends of all the separate branches and I loved the way the droplets were catching the light.
My next Autumn walk was on a rather more soggy day, so instead of heading to the mountains I took shelter in the woodlands of Grizedale Forest. It seemed to be the perfect weekend for Autumn Leaf spotting with the trees in prime colourful condition. I suspect the forest is somewhat depleated of it’s leaves following the miserable wet and windy weather we’ve had since!