|North of Deep Water - 8 October 2015|
One of the earliest trees to start decorating the ground was this tree on the green north of Deep Water. This early in October, few if any of the other trees in park had started to change colour.
|Remembrance Meadow - 28 October 2015|
These oak leaves were below the tree in Remembrance Meadow that I featured in my last post.
|By Fen Road Exit - 28 October 2015|
In that same post, I noted that there was very little red in the park in autumn. Here, hidden away in the wood to the left of the path leading to the Fen Road exit, the ground was covered was brightly coloured leaves from a single plane tree.
|South of Park - 2 November 2015|
But the overwhelmingly predominant colour in the park was yellow. Here the path through the woods is completely hidden beneath the leaves.
|South of Park - 28 November 2015|
Elsewhere in the same woods, the ground is covered by leaves from almost every type found in the park. This image includes field maple, willow, oak and hawthorn.
|South East Corner of Park - 8 November 2015|
Once on the ground, willow leaves develop a range of colours including a dull purple and various shades of red and brown.
Next: Autumn on the Water