This new (to me) camera has been a life-changer. On this breezy but bright November day, rather than tread many miles at a purposeful pace, I spent a couple of hours covering half a mile through some woods and back. Rather than face forward and concentrate on the route, I looked around and found many interesting things.
I did visit this particular woods because I went astray here while walking the Ivanhoe Way last time, and wanted to make sure I knew the correct route ready for next time.
The most noticeable things about November are the green turning brown, trees turning bare and the ground becoming covered with a carpet of bronze leaves.
The dry pods of this broom are beautiful in macro.
The bracken is turning brown.
More bracken? No, this is moss in extreme close-up. Frondy.
These guys were tiny:
There are more new photos in my Autumn Colour set over at Flickr.