The Last Sunny Days Of Summer

I’ve been making the most of the last warm sunny days with walks on the fells, lakes and woodlands, and my special, spiritual places.




P1350035Although there are still some lush greens about in shady glades and damp places there are small tell tale signs that autumn is just around the corner. The fells are taking on the purple mantle of heather, but soon that will be replaced with bronze tones of the bracken.

The swallows are gathering, indeed the parent birds have already left for sunny Africa.

I wasn’t alone in enjoying the late summer sunshine.


A darling little baby woodmouse fattening itself up for the winter.

P1340978There seems to be an abundance of  rowan berries this year, does that mean it will be a harsh winter? Only time will tell I suppose.

P1350008I love the changing seasons, and I have loads of inspiration for those long dark nights to come, but I’m making the most of the sunshine while it lasts.




About eganj1

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2 Responses to The Last Sunny Days Of Summer

  1. Mary Lou says:

    Hi Jill, Been thinking of you a lot. The beautiful photos of your nature excursions are reminders of the beauty your country beholds. Your photography is exquisite!

  2. eganj1 says:

    Hi MaryLou, lovely to hear from you, did you recognise the stone circle? xx

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