miércoles, 10 de octubre de 2012

England's green and orange land

While a blanket of mist shrouded parts of Britain's countryside this morning, autumnal light elsewhere captured the spectacular display of the season's vivid colours.
An early morning cold snap delivered beautiful scenes of a misty dawn during sunrise across parks in the country - a sign the bitter chill of winter is not too far away.
And the season's crimson and gold colours of turning leaves spectacularly framed the historic 17th century Sudbury Hall in Derbyshire.

 Autumn colours frame the historic 17th century Sudbury Hall near, Sudbury, Derbyshire

Dog walkers in the autumn mist during sunrise at Hollow Pond in East London this morning

A Red Deer stag roars in the early morning light in Richmond Park, London, as autumn sees the start of the 'Rutting' season

During the 'Rutting' season large Red Deer stags can be heard roaring and barking in an attempt to attract females known as bucks. The larger males can also be seen clashing antlers with rival males

 A Canada Goose rests on the lake in the mist as it was chilly in London this morning

Shrouded in mist: Geese fly across the lake creating a picturesque image in the morning light

The sun rises over the giant sculpture of a man and woman situated 300 yards out to sea off the coast of Northumberland at Newbiggin-by-the-Sea

 Two bronze figures - a man and a woman - standing on the new breakwater and looking out to sea at the sun rise
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