September 30, 2019

Walk With Me | Early Autumn

Today I'm sharing some photos I took when out one weekend on a family walk in our local area. These were taken in early September, when here in the South Wales Valleys it felt like the weather couldn't make its mind up between the seasons of summer and autumn. 

Given that we live in a valley, there is a lot of greenery and forestry that surrounds us, and we recently stumbled upon a whole new (to us) walking area up in the hills - these photos are from our third time visiting the area, but the first in which we properly explored and followed the walking trail.

I feel thankful that we live in such a place, and have the ability to traverse such lush landscape.







Enjoy your outdoor adventures, and the beauty of nature!

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  1. ...fabulous, let's do a walk again soon.

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  2. Hi Jade, how lovely to be have found a new area to explore! Looking at your photos I can imagine you taking in all that nature has to offer. It'll be nice to see how the area changes with the seasons.

    xx

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    1. Definitely - that's one of my favourite things about little nature nooks, seeing them change with each season.

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  3. Your photography skills are stellar! And yes, truly a wondrous area to walk & share with us.

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  4. Beautiful nature photography ^_^

    Happy Day to You,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  5. Beautiful photos from nature!

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  6. Hello, pretty nature scenes and images. Looks like a nice place for a walk. Enjoy your day, happy weekend!

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    1. It was a nice area - hopefully we can return soon.

      Thank you - a lovely new week to you!

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  7. What a lovely blog you have and what lovely images. Thank you for sharing. Have a great week.

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  8. Beautiful forest walk! Thank you for sharing it. You are fortunate to have a walking place like that nearby!

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    1. Yes, we have lots of lovely little walks like this surrounding us, and very thankful for them!

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