A bridge to autumn

Drained of clorophyll and pelted by the rain, they lie beneath our feet like gold coins showing the way into a new season.

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This tiny plant looked like a bird taking wing.

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The moss really is coming into its own now. When the flowers have withered, we see the unassuming background, and it’s quite as beautiful as any rose.

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These fungi looked like they were arranged to form a small fountain.

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Summer is hanging on by a thread – of beard lichen!

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And because I can’t help myself, another picture of redcurrants.

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2 thoughts on “A bridge to autumn

    • Ingela Bohm September 4, 2016 / 8:57 pm

      Thanks! I thought of it because the first pic is of a tiny “bridge” – three planks over a narrow ditch. 🙂

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