Last month, the sun was much lower in the sky, so today I came an hour earlier. (Or with the clocks changing, is it the same time — or two hours earlier?) Even so, the sun is now only just above the trees that are around the top of the hollow.
And those trees have turned orange and brown; down here in the hollow, there’s still a lot of green, with just a few hints of yellow. The orange and brown leaves on the ground are those that have fallen from the trees above. The nettles have died back almost completely.
Ink and watercolour, 31 x 23cm. Click to enlarge.
(Fifth in a series: Click here to see the rest)