Tuesday trees: subtlety
The subtle shades of the trees at the tail end of autumn are some of my favourite colours of the year. Beech’s fiery glow dies down to warm amber and aubergine; sycamores and birch are bare-twigged already, sage green and purple. The oaks each have their own colour, some soft green, others faded bronze and gold. Every day now, the embers of autumn’s fire fade a little more: more bare branches appear in the woods, as winter inches towards us.
You might enjoy November riches: silver and gold.