A golden Sycamore leaf that has come to rest on the ground.
Looking down at the river I noticed a Grey Wagtail peering back at me through the tree branches, as it was perched on a tree stump on the edge of the water. The Grey Wagtail can be identified by its bright yellow underside, grey back and yellowish/green rump. It is resident in the UK all year.
One of our regular walk paths is littered with autumn leaves.
Wherever you go you will generally find a white feather.
I am not sure what small tree these small berries are on?
I was being watched by a Grey Squirrel high up in the trees. It did stop for a brief moment to allow me to get a shot.
Some more of the autumn leaves, this time from the Plane tree.
Rigidoporus ulmarius - Bracket Fungus, they are common and widespread in the UK and can be found growing low down on deciduous trees. They are not edible.
I am not sure what type of mushroom/fungus this is, it seemed quite unusual as it had a stalk with a flat top and bottom area?
These were growing next to it, so maybe it was just a distorted one?