Attingham Park.  N.T.

12November 2013.

The Autumn colours were glorious at Attingham park as expected although the morning was marred somewhat by a band of cloud seemingly parked just above us alone!

The walled garden is always worth a visit, especially for a commited (perhaps I should be!) gardener like myself
Waiting for the Head Gardener.

Celeriac.
 There is a large Fallow Deer herd in the grounds and today a few members duly wondered into the afternoon sunshine a `posed` for a while.

Here is the required Autumn Colours shot -

The Repton Oak is 600 years old.
The one singular `bird experience` was a flock of woodland birds including the diminutive Goldcrest.
Goldcrest.

Near the house the Grey Squirrels were content to sit back and enjoy the plentiful supply of buts in this notable `mast year`.
Grey Squirrel.

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