Author Topic: The 'Autumn Colours' Thread  (Read 9694 times)

nvl35

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Re: The 'Autumn Colours' Thread
« Reply #75 on: 19:41:58, 07/11/10 »
Some photos from our short walk today
 

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Hope this has worked this time
 
The photos were taken by my son aged 4 1/2 as seen in the photo
He has a school project to collect leaves and things that are Autumenal and to take a photo that shows Autumn.

 
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Re: The 'Autumn Colours' Thread
« Reply #76 on: 19:46:21, 07/11/10 »
Some photos from our short walk today
 
http://s1096.photobucket.com/albums/g329/nvl35/th_DSCN1344.jpg?t=1289157993

Very nice.....but I can only see the one! LOL
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Re: The 'Autumn Colours' Thread
« Reply #77 on: 21:12:14, 07/11/10 »
There's been some great photos posted on this thread. It was really good to see what autumn looked like in your area. Keep em coming probably only a few days left !

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« Reply #78 on: 21:45:48, 07/11/10 »
cool pics.....great views!

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Re: The 'Autumn Colours' Thread
« Reply #79 on: 19:46:48, 15/11/10 »

There's still a little Autumn colour about two from Loughrigg today.



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Re: The 'Autumn Colours' Thread
« Reply #80 on: 21:02:57, 15/11/10 »
Fab! Love the first one especially.  O0
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Re: The 'Autumn Colours' Thread
« Reply #81 on: 22:33:28, 15/11/10 »
Absolutley Beautiful. WOW!!! :o
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« Reply #82 on: 22:37:26, 15/11/10 »
That first picture of Loughrigg is stunning. I especially like the cloud in the valley. Great capture.
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Re: The 'Autumn Colours' Thread
« Reply #83 on: 22:40:49, 15/11/10 »
Oh do behave!!! they are absolutely stunning! the first one looks like an amazing rusty carpet  O0
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Re: The 'Autumn Colours' Thread
« Reply #84 on: 22:48:35, 15/11/10 »
Oh do behave!!! they are absolutely stunning! the first one looks like an amazing rusty carpet  O0

Cheers everyone.I'll put some more up tomorrow.

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Re: The 'Autumn Colours' Thread
« Reply #85 on: 22:50:40, 15/11/10 »
Cheers everyone.I'll put some more up tomorrow.

Reminds me of a horse I backed this weekend Susiej Rusty Carpet never been beaten. Well it has now !
reminds me of a rug in my house, Dusty carpet never been beaten  ;)
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Re: The 'Autumn Colours' Thread
« Reply #86 on: 00:31:26, 16/11/10 »
lovely pics nomadscuba.