‘I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.’ – L.M. Montgomery

October is here, bringing wild autumnal winds and tumultuous rainstorms, raindrops bouncing off pavements, dripping from trees and running down necks. The October skies outside my window are glowering and grey, shot through with occasional rays of sunshine: illuminating the leaves which are starting to turn.

I took the image above at a workshop I attended with Ros and Amy at stunning Rousham Gardens. It was a delightful day of photography, exploration, experiments in light and frolics in the pumpkin patch. October, I do hope that you’ll bring more of the same.

Happy October to you x

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