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September 21st, 2009

Red Shift

Autumn is on its way. The air is cooler, with the oppressive heat of the city summer is fading fast.

You can see it in the huge spiders that sit in the centre of their massive webs, and in the crumbled brown leaves on the pavement. It's the mellow month before the storms of October, when the fruit is ready to pick and the trees begin to hunker down for the winter, pulling sugars into their hearts.

The colours are turning, leaves slowly fading from the deep emerald of summer to yellow, to brown and to red.

Red Shift

Putney, London
September 2009