This last week in September proved to be the real start of ‘proper’ autumnal weather. After a lovely few days of warmth and sunshine mid-month the temperatures soon dropped, the wind gained in strength and the rain, along with impressive thunderstorms, arrived. Making it a teeny bit difficult to get this walk in. Anyway last Friday, in between showers, I managed to do half of this walk and capture enough photos to show you what is happening during this month. I knew it would be difficult to find anything different so was on the look out for textures. My ID knowledge is poor this month so if you can help out please leave your suggestions in the comments.
George V Memorial Walk – september 27 2019
- Row 1: Sinecio Cineraria, Nandina domestica ‘Firepower’, fluffy seed-heads¹, knipophia / red hot poker, star-shaped seed-pods
- Row 2: Monkey Puzzle tree, Astrantia, Nerine bowdenii, seed-pod from a Dogwood tree, Aloe striatula
- Row 3: Verbena bonariensis, Heuchera, Euonymus japonicus, Hesperantha coccinea, Sedum
- Row 4: knipophia / red hot poker, Salvia ‘Hot lips’, Cape Fuchsia / Phygelius, Crinum powellii / Swamp Lily, Feverfew
- Row 5: Ophiopogon planiscapus Nigrescens / Black ornamental grass, Sweet Alyssum, Zebra grass (Miscanthus sinensis ‘Zebrinus’), Heuchera, Ornamental Grass
All these photos were taken with my Olympus OM-D E-M10 using a 42mm – 150mm zoom lens.
¹This is a bush that I have photographed in winter months, it has fine needle-like leaves with small yellow daisy-like flowers that cover the bush. It could be a South African fynbos such as Euryops abrotanifolius.
The Changing Seasons | September