As numbers able to attend was somewhat reduced due to cancellations resulting from Covid 19 restrictions, we were able to accommodate all participants in two groups of five on Saturday - definitely the preferred day as dawn was an hour later than on the Sunday!!
Peter Ward took on the role as co-leader and diligently stayed to the end with at least one member of his group despite torrential rain. My party were a little more cautious and started home as the rain set in. There was plenty of activity to keep us entertained though a bit more light would have been great. Generally we followed our own routes, meeting up for a coffee socially distanced outside to compare notes and plan where next to visit. A few images to give the feel of the day with its Fallow and Red Deer, autumn colours and flowing river.
First a few from Andre Neves
Buzzard in the Rain
These are from Jane Moore
Steve Parrish sent in something a bit different using ICM to portray the autumn woodland and deer
Finally, a couple from Ann Miles - the stream with its autumn colours and one of the noble oaks just beginiing to change it colour