Home » Uncategorized » Autumn Colour in Northern Ireland Autumn Colour in Northern Ireland Posted by Janmary on October 20, 2012 in Uncategorized 5 Comments Tweet Pin It Hi and welcome to my world! Would you like to subscribe to my RSS feed so you don't miss a thing! Thanks for your visitFor the last few weeks I have taken my camera with me to some of the local parks and captured some images – here are a selection….. Do you have a favourite photo? So what signs of autumn are there in your world? Share this:EmailTwitterFacebookPinterestGoogleLike this:Like Loading... Related Articles The Big Bathroom Makeover – before, during and after! Apr 22 2010 Guest Post : Five of the UK’s top family-friendly hotels Jul 19 2012 Lessons Learned … the best laid plans Jun 23 2009 Comments Clare Oct 20, 2012 Beautiful pictures! Autumn is my favourite time of year.Clare Reply Sabrina Oct 20, 2012 Those are some beautiful photos Isn’t it great to live in a place where fall is so colourful? Reply Suzie hull Oct 20, 2012 love the horsechestnut leaves. Really pretty! Did you notice as many conkers this year? some of the local trees have none at all, yet other years they had hundreds! Loved the harvest photos too. I have a few of my own to put up soon. x Reply Janmary, N Ireland Oct 20, 2012 We haven’t managed to find any conkers, but did see a few empty shells, so I assumed everyone else just beat us to it …. but maybe there are much less this year. Reply Barbara Derksen Oct 20, 2012 Hi JM – Oh, you’d have me choose? Erm, I’m terrible at this for I think all of your photos are lovely. I miss summer, but the changing of the leaves is so interesting! The cooler weather awakens a desire in me to stay home, snuggle in and CRAFT! Blessings fromBarb Reply Leave a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name: Email: Website: Comment: Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.