Pretty fall (Autumn) photos anyone?


(Meghann Robbe) #1


(Helen Wright) #2

My Gorgeous Boy in autumnal sunlight and fallen leaves and apples…they’ve been throwing apples about for a couple of weeks now and he finally decided to try eating one…x :slight_smile:


(Meghann Robbe) #3

So cute!!


(Meghann Robbe) #4


(Nellie Moss ) #5


A couple of Autumns ago , the big bump is Puy de Dome and you can just see the first snow on the Puys


(David Martin) #6

I’ve got some autumn photos, are they allowed?


(Mandy Davies) #7

You are so mischievous David :wink::smile:


(David Martin) #8


(Mat Davies) #9

I was thinking this also, therefore :


(Mandy Davies) #10

Now now chaps, stop teasing Meghann. It’s not her fault that the Americans have mangled the English language. :smile::wink::uk::us:


(Paul Flinders) #11

But they didn’t - in the 17th century it was called “fall” in England - they carried on using the term but we managed to pick up the French “automne” at some point in the intervening years.


(Mat Davies) #12

Now that is what you call Passive Aggressive! :joy:


(Mandy Davies) #13

Oh buggeration, I stand corrected. Apologies to one and all, especially Meghann.


(Mandy Davies) #14

Thank you Mat, I try my best :wink:


(Meghann Robbe) #15


(Paul Flinders) #16


(Helen Wright) #17

I really like the word fall as a description for autumn…I really enjoy tracing the origin of “words”…x :slight_smile:


(Helen Wright) #18

Sunrise yesterday…x :slight_smile:


(Meghann Robbe) #19

Very beautiful! Thank u for sharing!:maple_leaf:


(Dan Wood) #20

The Canal Lateral at Castets en Dorthe in the Gironde.