San Cassiano is a beautiful village at any time, but in autumn it is especially lovely. Photographer and resident Paul Anthony Davies has been out and about with his camera…with excellent results.
The cross below was blown down from the church in the high winds in March and is now making a statement on the ground.
The weather has been unseasonably warm in November, causing confusion with some of the bulbs, which have appeared at the wrong time.
Thank you Paul, for taking us on an autumn tour of San Cassiano.
Ooo those colours! Beautiful pictures.
Isn’t it a gorgeous season?
Oh yes, my favorite!
You know this post made me smile! Many thanks!!!!
I thought it might. I thought of you as I was arranging the photos.
.. and your thought just made the smile even bigger. Thanks.
Love all the pictures. Fall is my favorite time of year and the colors are gorgeous!
I love autumn too. I love to walk under the trees with the leaves floating to the ground around me.
Beautiful colours…thank you for the photos Paul.
It is great to have someone on the ground when I am not there. I hope Paul will take some more photos for us.
Another lovely little village. I enjoyed a very delightful day including a special lunch in this charming village. Superb photos
San Cassiano has a great restaurant. I look forward to eating there again soon.
Such wonderful photos. This is how autumn looks like and you captured it perfectly. Thanks a lot for sharing 🙂
Autumn is such a delight to the eyes, but winter is now coming……
I also like the stark winter landscape.
Well done Paul.
Yes, well done. Autumn looks beautiful in San Cassiano.
Reminds me of Keats’ poem: “Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness….” Stunning photos, Paul! Autumn is my favourite season and you have enhanced the explosion of colours through your lens. Thank you for sharing those beautiful photos with us.
So beautiful photographs and yes Autumn colours are fascinating. Thank you dear Debra, have a nice Sunday, love, nia
The poor little jonquil must feel much like we do when Christmas seems to come around every 6 months!
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