Tuesday, 11 December 2007

Old England in the Fall

With Christmas a mere two-and-a-half weeks away and the cold snap growing worse, Winter denial is getting harder, but here's some Autumn I pickled earlier...

4 comments:

Jock Coats said...

I swear Headington Hill Park is as lovely as that. I really ought to get their website up and running and post some of the "year in Headington Hill Park" series I've been collecting this year. Pity we don't have peacocks - or maybe not with me trying to sleep just over the fence.

Reluctant Blogger said...

Pickled Autumn - very lovely. It definitely beats pickled eggs anyway.

Thanks for visiting by the way - and do come again!

I sound like my granny now!

Steve said...

Beautiful photographs that almost make the freezing cold nights worthwhile!

By the way, - you've just been tagged for Christmas. See my blog for details!

The Poet Laura-eate said...

Thanks for your comments folks. Yes, Headington Hill definitely has its moments Jock.
Autumn is about all I can pickle, Reluctant Blogger.
Steve - cheers for the tag - I'll try and get round to an appropriate Xmas-themed posting, tho' maybe a little closer to Xmas (since I'm still in denial!) :-)