Back at Hilliers

It has not just been the digital aids (walking apps and audiobooks) that have drawn me out on walks, the autumn colours have too. They have been rather splendid haven’t they. Robert would have loved them this year. He struggled with the darkening days but the autumn colours always brought a smile to his face. I wish he was here to see them, although he’d probably be surprised I’ve included this photograph. However the blurred effect does reflect my ‘widow fog’; a recognised condition which still afflicts me.

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  1. Still quite green down here, but we don’t have many trees that colour up, most go brown and then drop their leaves. Blurry is part of the scene with the wind and rain!

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