|Going on autumn walks / Seeing pretty sunsets|
|Crumble and custard / Blackberry picking again|
|Finding fungi on more walks / Fallen trees in the woods|
Autumn is my favourite month, and as much as I like to be snuggled up on the sofa with a hot chocolate, I also love getting outside to see the changes in the landscape. It’s amazing how quickly the leaves have begun to crisp up and change colour. It seems it’s not only the leaves that are providing a colour spectacular either – I witnessed a pretty impressive sunset as I emerged from Tesco the other week!
I’ve also been picking more blackberries. This time I popped them, with some apple, into a crumble. Along with some custard, it was the perfect pudding for a cosy evening and I’m hoping to make it again soon!
I’ve been enjoying getting out and about in my wellies for long walks. The extensive woods that are five minutes from my house were once part of Windsor Great Park. As you meander through the towering trees, your imagination starts to wander. I got to thinking about how many Tudor hunting parties had passed this way. It’s amazing how much inspiration comes from natural sites such as this.
What’s been making you smile?