England – Its Autumn

Norwich, Norfolk, England, October 2016. Its a wet Saturday – not just wet but cold and miserable. By 4 o’clock it’ll almost be dark. One of those days that Brits find it hard to even get out of bed. Its also the time of year many Brits plan their winter escape to warmer climates such as Thailand and India. I shall also be heading South later in the New Year, someplace very hot and very sunny. Until then here’s a look at the English Autumn season with a few snaps as I travel around the country side and through small villages.

Here, you are treated to an Autumnal display like no other. This is the area known as the Brecks and Thetford forest. (Google Map)

Autumnal Crocus’s and village greens – quite essentially, English!



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