As days shorten during October the leaves on the trees turn golden, and misty mornings become a feature of the season. Below are a few of my favourite autumn pictures.

 

 

 

A misty morning in a local Oak and Birch woodland.

 

Canada Geese at sunrise on a misty morning.

 

Birch trees of heather heathland in late October.

 

 A lane through a Beech woodland in early November.

 

 

Poplar trees in late October by Priory Park lake Bedford.

 

Berries ripen in early autumn, vital foor for birds and mammals, and very colourful.

 

Horse Chestnut leaves in the autumn of 2006 before the leaf miner micro moth became a pest.

 

Fallow Deer bucks fighting in early October.

 

 

Red Deer stags fighting during the autumn rut.

All pictures are Copyright of Richard Revels FRPS