Autumn finally arrives in Southern England!

I’ve been seeing so many posts from people who are enjoying the autumn/fall change in the trees while out on their walks/runs, but here in southern England we’ve had a beautiful extended summer (I’m not complaining!) and autumn has been delayed.

Finally however it looks to have arrived in force! Some stormy weather over the weekend has brought with it cool, crisp and fresh air and a nip in the air that means the real start of winter running.

I went for a run this morning through Hampstead Heath in the autumnal sunshine (thanks to the end of daylight saving) – crisp air, dewy grass, Garmin on silent – and was greeted with this vibrant display of colours. Autumn is finally here!

Are you enjoying the change in season where you are? I hope so!

Happy running everyone.


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Posted on October 30, 2013, in Blog and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. That’s a lovely pic; very seasonal! 😉

  2. We’re heading into spring… finally! The last two days here in Tassie have been just on 20°C 🙂 I’m so looking forward to some more settled weather. Love your photo, autumn would have to be the best season for running, I hope you get lots of lovely mild days over the next few weeks.

  3. The Fall is my favorite time of year. Enjoy the cooler weather!

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