Posted in Liverpool, Outdoors

Sefton Park Sunshine

Autumn is by far my favourite season.  Crisp cold days, beautiful sunshine and the gorgeous colours of the leaves falling from the trees.  The last weekend in October was cold but filled with glorious sunshine, so I decided to take a walk around Sefton Park.

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Golden carpet
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So many colours
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Autumn trees clinging to their last few leaves in the wind

When the wind blew, sycamore shaped gold-leaf danced around my favourite part – the Eros Fountain.  The fish squirted water in the faces of the little cherubs, and Eros himself, glistened in the sunshine.  It was real brass-monkey weather, but beautiful all the same.

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Cherubs hiding in their shells
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Boulevard
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Eros
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Fish and cherub
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Chubby cheeked cherub

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 husband, 3 kids, 2 step-kids, 2 dogs, 1 cat, one business, 1 milion things going through my head at any one time and one dream - to write. Love - the writings of Patrick Rothfuss and Jane Austen, the poetry of Keats and Wilfred Owen, the art of Jack Vettriano and Zdzislaw Beksinski, sunflowers and sunsets, Eeyore and Channing Tatum, the sea, Pembrokeshire and contradictions. Hate - confrontation, waste, procrastination (despite being champion at it), horror movies and loneliness.

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