Autumn in the Peak District is officially over so I thought I’d share some of my images I took of this spectacular season of colour before winter takes its full grasp on us.

With last winter being somewhat stretched out, it seemed to push Autumn back somewhat. I usually aim for the pinnacle of Autumn around November 1st to the 5th but it’s probably fair to say it was around 2 weeks late this year.

First off, here are some images of Wyming Brook. Autumn colours don’t show through loads as it was really the start of the transformation:

2 thoughts on “Autumn in the Peak District”

  1. James,
    What a cracking set of Autumnal images, I am finding it impossible to choose which is best!

    With the end of the year fast approaching have you got anything planned for 2014?

    I hope you have a great Christmas mate, hopefully Santa will be generous. I have asked for the 1DX and the new Canon200-400 but I have got no chance lol!!!

    Happy New Year mate

    Andy

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    • Thanks Andy!

      Next year I hope to do more wild camping and travelling 🙂 Finally getting to a point where I’m happy with my kit now I’ve got the A7R so funds should be a bit more free.

      Everyone with a Canon seems to want that lens! I don’t think Santa will be generous but I’ve bought most of what I want myself 🙂

      Have a great Christmas and New Year and thanks for your support.

      James

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