Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Fall in England

As winter is soon upon us, I thought I'd share some snapshots of beautiful fall here in the UK before it's too late. Some of these were taken during my work day while driving through little villages. 




And these were from a recent walk into town...








On another fall-related note, apparently canned pumpkin is quite the novelty here. I made the famous, Soden Family, pumpkin-chocolate-chip cookies for my co-workers, and they were in awe that I used pumpkin from a can. I bought it in the American section at Tesco. It was tucked away next to many other processed American foods :) 

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  1. Beautiful pictures...thanks for this post.

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