I had to fit todays walk around other plans. I stuck to one of my local familiar routes so that I could easily reach my target. It also gave me the chance to take a photo for my Bridleway 2021 project (last photo in the sequence).



Ripe for the Picking

Bird Food

Between Two Trees


A Rest a While Place

Seasonal Colour

Bridleway in September

8 Comments CherryPie on Sep 2nd 2021

8 Responses to “STEPtember – Day Two”

  1. wiggiatlarge says:

    Very noticeable the early leaf drop this year and the autumn hues starting to appear, the appalling dark and cold weather for August has had an effect in this part of the world East Anglia.

    • CherryPie says:

      The warm then wet and slightly cooler weather has caused plants to grow more than usual.

      Everywhere is overgrown with and abundance of greenery.

  2. lisl says:

    Autumn is coming on apace, Cherie

  3. Shabana says:

    Thank you so much for such beautiful glimpse from you surroundings dear Cheri !

    these are gorgeous images for sure ,it is hard to remove eyes from second one specially ,never saw such vibrant fall colors specially the pink shad is mixed with brown is awesome :)

    the trail is soothing and inviting indeed !

    our fall is in October most probably at the end of it
    health ,peace joy to you and loved ones!

    • CherryPie says:

      These walks are close to where I live and I was lucky to be able to enjoy them when Covid restrictions stopped us travelling further afield.

      The autumn colours are only just starting, soon they will be even more vibrant. I hope to photograph them in all their glory, autumn is a favourite season of mine.

      I wish you and your loved ones, peace, health and happiness.

  4. Oh the blackberries and rowan berries are already ripe.
    Berry picking is a fun thing to do in autumn.