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Saturday, October 13th 2012

The larch tree is the only deciduous conifer on the reserve.  At this time of year the green needles begin to change colour to yellow and begin to fall.

Autumn colours on the larch

Soon the paths through the Sycamore Avenue and woodland will turn golden brown with larch needles.

The Sun is just catching a hint of autumn colours on other trees and vegetation.

Sun catching the trees

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