November had started and COVID19 was still around. The second lockdown for England was announced which was to last for four weeks. This was an opportunity for me to capture my autumn images around London.
I headed into Central London before the lockdown started. The image above and below are just a brief introduction to my visit.
Once the lockdown started the rest of my images of autumn were captured locally. The weekend was started with the firework display and then autumn images followed.
During the four week period the trees lost their leaves to leave their branches exposed for the winter. The following images are of autumn leaves.
From my home I have a lovely view so I decided to capture images from my view point. What I like most about my view from home is the sun going down. It makes wonderful colours if the sky is cloudy.
Fog had arrived. This made wonderful images of the sun fighting to shine and spider webs covered in droplets of water.
With lockdown coming to a close the next word to be heard was Christmas! It is time to start planning for this. The Christmas trees are on sale.
Where did all the time go? 2020 has come to a sudden end.