A couple of weeks ago my camera and I took a little trip over to Hinchinbrooke Country Park to get some pictures of the autumn colour.
Hinchingbrooke Country Park has 170 acres of open grasslands, meadows, woodlands and lakes and wildlife. It includes 63 acres of woodland areas - an oak plantation; a hornbeam dominated woodland (Bob's Wood); and other woodland comprised of more mixed species (Alder, Ash, Sycamore, Pines, Field Maple, Hazel, Willow, Birch).
I’d like to tell you a bit about the history of the place, but I can find absolutely nothing about it anywhere, so I’m assuming it’s been created relatively recently, so you’ll just have to make do with the pictures of autumn bloom.
|Autumn leaves carpet the floor.|
|The yellow leaves catch the sun on these young stand of trees.|
|Vibrant reds and yellows fill the woodland,.|
|Pathway through the multi-coloured trees.|
|Warm tones of the season.|
|More autumnal goodness.|
|Bright yellow and orange leaves.|
|Colourful pathway entrance.|
|Don't know why these trees are leaning like this, but leaning they are.|
|Colourful foliage under an evening sky.|
|Sunset over one of the lakes in the park.|