On Sunday 13th November, I headed down to the Boulters Lock area of Maidenhead, as the weather looked good, and I was in search of some Autumnal scenes. Although an area that I keep going back to, time and time again, I never get bored of the scenery in this area.
Leaves by the River Thames provided a rich, multi coloured carpet for you to admire.
Although there were thousands of leaves that had alredy dropped onto the path there were still many more waiting to head earthwards.
I wonder how much longer this pile of vegetation will be able to cling onto the rock before the flowing water takes it downstream.
With the sun shining I began to concentrate on the richly coloured leaves still attached to the trees.
With the sun behind them the leaves really began to glow.
Even those leaves laying on the ground, still managed to pick up the sun's rays.
A proper glowing bunch!
Of course, even in the colder months of the year the river still provides relaxation for some hardy souls.
With the trees along the riverbank illuminated by the Autumn sun, the reflections were very interesting.
The famous Maidenhead Bridge basking in some afternoon sun.
Maidenhead's golden arches.
A rather abstract reflection of the bridge.
Think it safe to say that I did find some Autumn colours on my trip, and I feel very fortunate to have an area like this on my doorstep.