Explorer and Independent Biologist

Friday, 22 October 2010

Mists and mellow fruitfullness...

October in Cumbria

Streets paved with gold.
My research site at Roudsea Woods and Mosses National Nature Reserve




Bracket fungi



  1. Beautiful new format. And thank you for identifying those red berries...I never would have known what they were (except for the holly). It's looking very Christmasy with all that red and green. But my favorite photo is the first one...those gorgeous streets paved with gold.

  2. Nice.

    I like the way the sunlight comes through the trees and lays on the path. There's something very blessed to me when I see sunlight in various ways.

    Have a terrific weekend.

  3. Love the yew photo.... Like the new format too. (Fun playing around with the new options I know!)

  4. Golden, Green, Glorious!

    Aloha from Hawaii

    Comfort Spiral


  5. amazing work of an awesome God. how He has created such beauty for us to enjoy. thank you for capturing it for us to enjoy

  6. You're killing me here. I'd LOVE to get out that way one of these days.

  7. love the new format mate- very "clean" Top shots too. Roudsea woods looks in good shape. Which trail is that?

    Sunny day yesterday but today cold and raining..

    We can go yabbie/ing in april

  8. Yes great format. You are so clever to be able to do it. I love the yew berries. Some in my garden too.
    Ditto to Jimmy!

  9. Thanks for your comments everyone.

    Yes, the tilt of the earth on its axis and the elliptical orbit around the sun accounts for the variation in our seasons and the resultant change in the vegetation.

  10. I wonder who or what tilted the earth?