I walked home from my neighbour's today - I had gone out for a walk, met her coming home on the way, went to hers for tea and chat, and then walked back again. A lovely route, but a stonking hill to climb up - did me the world of good though I didn't exactly enjoy it at the time. That said, it is actually an easier hill to walk up than our hill - don't know why as it looks steeper, but I know ours is a killer!
On the way I stopped and trespassed a bit to take a photo or two of a stream I have only walked over in the past, never along. I changed the setting from Automatic, to the speed one on Landscape. WHAT a difference in colour!
My neighbour's sheep were very curious at this foxglove-jacketed lady walking past! And talking of Foxgloves, this MUST be the last one of the season.
Not too many brown or golden leaves here yet. It was lovely walking along the lane, and I got into a good walking stride. I should imagine it's the same for runners (or even racehorses!) when they settle into a rhythm.
This hill I can walk up quite easily - compared with ours, that is, which is a valley side.
A Rhododendron a little confused I think!
The view up our valley (above and below).