I have put together a few photographs that I took during the first part of September. First up; I was rather taken with the way these clouds were lit in the early morning.
The River Wye was looking serene.
The iron Hunderton railway bridge.
Someone has grown some impressive sunflowers on their allotment.
The snow berries, Symphoricarpos albus, are now forming. These are poisonous, but so irritating that they are invariably vomitted up before getting into the system. They are a member of the honeysuckle family and can be eaten by pheasants. Highly imaginative folk also thought they might be food for spirits and so they are also known as corpseberries.