The Beamish Museum, the North of England open air museum near Chester-Le-Street in County Durham.
Weather forecasters start liberally sprinkling their reports with the word autumnal
quite early into August in this country but the leaves are still pretty green, we haven’t had a frost yet and the narrow roads are still very much clogged with the enormous camper vans that summer holiday tourists deem the best way to see the countryside so sadly actual autumn as opposed to London media autumn remains a couple of weeks away but if you get out early enough, go high enough and breath deeply enough you can just detect that dampness in the air and its alluring promise of quiet roads, silent fells and cyclists once more being the same colour all over their body.
The sun coming up in the West Riding village of Haworth earlier this week.
I think this was Tuesday. Weekday mornings are not generally over provided with opportunities to watch the sun come up but sometimes you just have to take a moment don’t you, or what’s the point of anything.
Saturday’s Mackenzie Thorpe sunset over the A66 through Teesside.