A week of change …
This is a collection of images from a week of change. Down the Birkey Burn there are signs of leaf fall and the woodman has been wielding his axe. In expectation of some autumnal rides, the Scrambler has been fitted with a new FEK (fender eliminator kit) and front indicators to replace the ugly chrome originals. The sun has emerged but the temperature has dropped so the Elise has got its hat on and walks down the Tyne and Derwent have been illuminated by a bright low sun. The competitive golf season is near an end for another year – change is in the air.
Great autumn pictures!
Have a wonderful week,
Many thanks Pit – likewise.
An eclectic blend of photos. I especially like the lonely swan and the touch of red in the last one. Happy Autumn, Robin. 🍁
Many thanks Julie and have a great Autumn too.
I’ll take one of those cars, thanks very much. 🙂
Thoroughly recommend it Janet – I always swore I would have one for as long as I could get in and out. It is built around an aluminium tub which is higher than the door sill. With the roof on it is like climbing in through a letterbox 🙂
Love your set of pics Robin, but have to say I’m rather drawn to the Elise, can’t imagine why?! 🙂
Many thanks Jane – the spirit of Colin Chapman lives on (even if he didn’t design this one) – http://www.grandprixhistory.org/chap_bio.htm
Many thanks for the link Robin! Fascinating read!
Love the second one, Robin. 🙂 Very atmospheric in black and white, though I might have liked it as much in colour.
Thanks Jo – seems a popular choice – I like my toys best 🙂
Love that swan, Robin. Have a tranquil week.
Many thanks Jean – making the most of the weather – playing golf six days out of eight. Not very tranquil when I keep missing the short putts 🙂
Practice will make perfect!!!!
It didn’t 😦
I love the unique signature of style that shoots through your images. Beautiful compositions to celebrate fall! Thank you for capturing the views from your awesome location. Perfect inspiration for the weekend.
Many thanks Lita – not so awesome today, we are covered in a blanket of mist 😦
All the best, R