|Pears at bottom of Lower Meadow|
What a lovely Sunday we had! It had all the signs of our mixed seasons – on a walk round the Nature Reserve I saw ripe pears and apples, as what must be the last butterfly of the year fluttered past.
And then, at the top of the woodland, I caught a brief glimpse of a deer, leaping away into the undergrowth. About chest-high on me, it was too big to be a muntjac. I was close enough to get a reasonable look, but it was too quick for me to photograph. Based on the size and colour of its coat, I think it was probably a roe deer.
|Apples at top of Lower Meadow, near Chris’s Bridge|