Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Leaves of the Week

The Autumn has been so beautiful this year and other trees and leaves have been attracting my attention too
so here they are. Below is a Rowan tree and another red berried tree in the top of what used to be Forest
School and is now going to be part of our garden. It really did look this bright!
Sunshine at the boot fair on Saturday morning where I popped after going to the tip with my gardening cuttings.


                   Sunshine during the above gardening.
                  
A living wall on a fancy hotel on Park Lane. Inspiration for school.
Yellow leaves seen in a very posh residential street in Kensington where we went to the pub. It is just away from all the lights and traffic and is lovely-and no doubt extremely expensive, but looking is free!
A blurry Christmas tree in Kensington. 
Sloane Square looks so pretty with this lit wall and the sparkly trees. 
A bit nearer to home-Plumstead Common just near school. It is surrounded by Plane trees and the leaves have really come down a lot over the weekend.



6 comments:

elizabeth said...

What lovely autumn pictures!
Gosh, how I'd like to shop in Peter Jones…
haven't been there for ages.

frayedattheedge said...

Love all the autumn leaves, and I'm fascinated by the living wall..... it makes our ivy look very tame!

Candace said...

These are so lovely, Sarah, thanks for sharing. It's nice to know my peeps across the Pond are having as good an autumn as we are here in The Classic City. I have two trees with PINK leaves. It's like a Disney movie here at my house...

Relyn Lawson said...

Oooo... I love the sunflare.

Linda Sue said...

Curious about the living wall, how are the plants kept from getting into the brick and rooting, tearing the building apart- Lovely photos, Miss!!!

Tracy said...

LOVELY images, Sarah! Yes, one last dance among the leaves... they're gone here too, and it's been very frosty, temps dipping past freezing. I think we've seen the last of autumn. We had the fireplace going this weekend. And I couldn't resist getting out our tiny 12-inche mini tree with lights for the extra glow. :o) Happy Days ((HUGS))