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Autumn and Acorns

by Suzanne Gyseman - 14:29 on 04 October 2016













October has brought a cool crisp air to dawn and dusk here in Wales. The leaves are starting to turn to pinks, reds and golds. Nuts and berries abound in the woods and hedgerows. It's a time of gathering and storing up of food for the winter for many wild woodland creatures.

On my walks through the woods I've been playing a game with the faeries and acorns. When I find a good whole acorn I place it in one of the gnome doorways at the base of the big oak tree. When I return next day the acorn is always gone, so I look for another to replace it.

Of course, I have seen a squirrel lurking near that tree. But I can't be sure it is the squirrel who is taking my offerings.




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