Autumn Colours in East Sussex

No-one could say I didn't take advantage of limited opportunities to photograph the beautiful autumn colours of 2020. With frequent wet weather and the use of public transport restricted, I was left with just three days of suitable outdoor conditions. If you want a respite from the terrible events happening around the world, you've come to the right place, because I've photographed some wonderful places in my home county of East Sussex. From the tiny village of Little Horsted and its surrounding ancient woodlands to the High Weald rocks on the Kent border, I've discovered landscapes challenging Dartmoor and the New Forest. I hope you enjoy my autumn photos as much as I enjoyed taking them!
Autumn Woodland - 22nd October 2020 Autumn Woodland - 22nd October 2020 Autumn Woodland - 22nd October 2020 Autumn Woodland, Little Horsted Autumn Woodland, Little Horsted Fly Agaric in Woodland at Sunset Fallow Deer in Autumn Woodland Beech Leaves in Autumn Beech Leaves in Autumn Autumn Leaves, Little Horsted Multicolour Autumn Leaves, Little Horsted Autumn Leaves, Little Horsted Vivid Japanse Maple Autumn Leaves, Little Horsted


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