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I’m a fan of autumn colours

Views from the Treetop Wallkway, Kew Gardens, London, October 2021


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 15 November 2021

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  1. Beautiful shots, Debbie 👏 The one of the glasshouse through the trees is stunning; the contrast of the stark white against the autumn colours is brilliant 😃 Thanks for joining in 😁

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  2. Our changing world, hey, Debs? Autumn is the gentlest of seasons here. I have no idea how the trees decide when it’s time to rest. I picked some oranges from a neighbours the other day and she said it was too early. They looked ripe to me, and were full of juice.

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    • The sad thing is the trees won’t get enough rest – with autumn later and spring earlier, we will likely see an impact on their ability to blossom in the coming years. On the last guided walk I did at Kew the woman was talking about this – I had never really appreciated how important it is for the deciduous trees to lose their leaves.

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