London Autumn – Photo essay
Autumn leaves on field
Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower
Autumn sun behind the tree
Last year I completely missed autumn as I was in South East Asia the whole time; and there isn’t that much colours during the fall there. So it has been two years since I’ve seen one; and I hadn’t quite realized how much I actually had missed them.
I mean I’ve always liked them, but hadn’t realized you could actually miss them.
Now London autumns probably aren’t quite the best you can see, compared to the likes of Finland or Scotland, as some people were quick to remind me when I was raving on and on about the London autumn.
But hey, if you haven’t seen an autumn for two years, London is pretty good. Unfortunately the autumn was pretty cloudy the whole time, so I never actually took out my camera to photograph it.
Some trees are more into autumn than others
So this post is an experiment with all the photos taken and edited on my iPhone. There has been a few posts where I’ve used photos taken on the iPhone but I’ve still done the final tweaking on computer, but it’s amazing what you can do on a phone these days.
So let me know what you think.
Lone autumn leaf
Not all leaves turn yellow in London
Autumn at Canary Wharf
Autumn starting on the river Thames
So many yellow leaves
Where are the best autumns in your opinion?