Taking a time out to enjoy the view and colours.
I find Autumn to be an odd month. It comes with a sense of loss as Summer ends and those warm and relaxed days are replaced by days that start and end in the dark, the temperature drops and the winter moodiness sets in, but at the same time it’s full of sense of joy and wander as the countryside transforms. Gone is the green and in comes the varying shades ranging from yellow to red.
It’s also that time of year when people find a myriad of excuses to not get outside. I would have been one of these people, but luckily, my training bud organised me into an early Sunday run. No excuses we’re made today and it was glorious. I’m amazed at how lucky I am to live where I do, so I’ll stop using words and hope that the pictures will do this mornings views some justice. 🙂
Being shown new trails is always great fun.
Running through the mist that was clinging to the rocky edge.
Chatsworth estate, where all the trees have folaige that starts at exactly the same height.
Run done, so time for breakfast and tea.