It’s gradually getting colder for us Northern Hemisphere dwellers, and the summer wardrobe is well and truly at the back of the wardrobe now.
But with the onset of autumn and winter comes all sorts of wonderful changes in nature. It’s a time for long walks, crunching through crispy leaves underfoot, with all manner of lovely golden browns, ambers and rust reds.
And it’s of course a time for birds to up-nest and head for warmer climes.
I’ve been heading to the park a lot more recently to capture all the colours and textures (more in a later post 🙂 ) but I’ve noticed so many more flocks of birds bursting out of sparse trees as the days go by. Migration season is upon us already, and as I’m constantly wrapped in jumpers and scarves, I can’t really blame them!
So, here’s a little flock of images from a handful of photographers, who’ve captured birds in all sorts of weather and motion…
Photo copyright, Jay Maisel
Photo copyright, Kim Steel
Photo copyright, Arthur Morris
Photo copyright, Fabrice Geslin
Photo copyright, via Warren Photographic
Photo copyright, David Lilly
All beautiful shots, and all so different in the tone & feeling they convey – lovely to behold in person, but just as lovely to appreciate in a photograph …