Knightstone in Colour

The entrance to the Park in the autumn with weeping silver birches (betula pendula tristis) either side of the gate.

We have had glorious autumn colours this year and I captured a few images from our park the last days. But now rain and storm has caused many of the leaves to fall down from the trees and instead colouring the ground. We start our walk at the park entrance and continue down the paths.

A hawthorn that was flowering in may, when I did the “garden walk” and is now carrying lots of berries
An oak tree (American red oak (Quercus Rubra) that we planted in 2005
The oak tree in the distance and birches (betula utilas) to the right
Two beech trees in front of us
Another American red oak to the left and in front of it a dogwood. In the middle of the image a snake bark maple. To the right with the very red leaves is an Eastern redbud

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