Burnham Beeches Walk

Autumn Textures

Autumn Shadow

There’s no better way to welcome in Autumn than a trip to the woods. The colours are beginning to change and the sky is at its bluest.

Burnham Beeches is regularly noted as one of the best places in the country to catch the final flurry of leaves before the trees are left cold and skeletal for the winter.

Burnham Beaches Wood

The light floods through the trees, changing the forest carpet below with every passing  shadow.

Burnham Beaches Autumn Burnham Beaches WoodlandThe ancient forest is filled with gnarled oaks and twisted beeches.

Burnham Beaches TreesStanding for hundreds of years, their knobbly branches twist and bulge, unchanged for over the passing of time.

Burnham Beaches Old Trees BarkThere’s nothing better than crunching through the forest on a frosty Autumn day. But be quick! The leaves won’t be around for long…

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