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The wonderful colours of October…

by Clare Mansell
The wonderful colours of October…
acorns
sloeberries

Gosh, autumn is beautiful round these parts!

When we lived in Canada the thing I really used to notice when we came back to the UK for visits, was how colourful winter was. I don’t think you really notice it until you have lived abroad.

On the Albertan praire for six months of the year things were a bit monochromatic. First the snow and then a spring that took ages and ages to arrive.

In the UK there is (mostly) always green grass, lichen on trees, berries in hedgerows or nuts on the ground.

My graphic design course kicks off with a “visual awareness” module next week… I’m in practice already.

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5 comments

Lyn October 12, 2013 - 5:06 pm

Beautiful photos and yes we have a colourful country. Strange I always thought Canada was very colourful in the autumn too? Maybe in a different part? X

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Clare Mansell (Maybush Studio) October 12, 2013 - 5:18 pm

Colourful in the autumn yes, but by the end of October the snow has arrived for 5 or so months and the spring doesn’t really kick in till May! I only have experience of Alberta and Nova Scotia, but as Alberta was one of the Southern provinces I suspect it’s fairly typical! 🙂

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Becky Lamyman October 14, 2013 - 2:51 pm

Gorgeous – I love the spirit of Autumn and in my mind this is always how it should be. Sadly the reality is normally a lot soggier!
Becs x
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Susanna Di Milo October 15, 2013 - 10:42 am

Lovely colours – your pictures capture them so well

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Janice Armstrong October 15, 2013 - 11:04 pm

Your photos are amazing…love Autumn!

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