Thursday, October 19, 2006

Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness

Mornings look good at this time of year, with lots of sunlight slanting through mist. Here's the path to Waterloo Lake in Roundhay Park, Leeds:

Then, only five minutes later the mist cleared, mostly:

The birds are rushing about because I was clutching a carrier bag full of bread.

Another five minutes and there was sunshine. The park looked glorious.

Leeds is a city of about six hundred thousand people, so why I had Roundhay Park almost to myself on a beautiful autumn morning I'm not sure. But I was pretty pleased about it.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I bet you weren't by yourself... What about all the bodies in the lakes?

9:58 pm  

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