It's the end of the month, which must mean it's time for the Scavenger Hunt. Not surprisingly, my photos have a very autumnal feel about them and several were taken during our walk in the woods last weekend. Thanks as always to Jill at Greenthumb for organising it: here's my entry.
Question: The split in this tree trunk looks just like a question mark.
Cream: The inner flesh of a horse chestnut case.
Number: 28. The number of starlings gathered on this telegraph pole.
Lattice: Wooden trellis at Tatton Park.
Familiar: Our usual path through the woods.
Ring: Ring, ring goes the bicycle bell.
Today: Pumpkin-spiced latte and an apple and walnut muffin - the taste of autumn.
Down: This stag was having a snooze down in the long grass at Tatton Park.
Writing: Letters carved into a tree.
Many: Layers and layers of fungi.
Broken: A wall which has collapsed.
Whatever you want: This little fellow was munching on a monkey nut. A lady had just brought a bagful and there were squirrels running in all directions with nuts in their mouth. Some ate them straightaway whilst others were burying them for later. This one was so cute with his white tummy.
I missed taking part in the Hunt last month and am so glad I managed to get my act together this time. If you'd like to join in with the November hunt, head over to the web site where you can see the categories and this month's entries.
Hope you all have a great weekend. As I mentioned last time, we're heading into the city for pizza and James Bond. Maybe a pumpkin cocktail or two as well :) x