In a bid to be more up to date with what is happening week by week in my life, I’m going to start doing a photo diary series. If you follow me on Instagram you will know where I am and what I am doing, but I find it takes me an age to share it on here. So, commence the photo diary series. I hope you enjoy them! I’ll begin with a taste of the UK in Autumn.
Last weekend we returned to Rutland, the smallest county in England. We first ventured here back in June and I absolutely fell in love with the place. The most postcard perfect villages, filled with rose laden thatched cottages. It was a dream. You can read more about that trip here. I couldn’t believe how beautiful it was and quickly marked it as somewhere I wanted to return to in autumn and see it in in a different light. It is safe to say, it did not disappoint! The golden shades of fall were everywhere to see, making every corner a feast for the eyes.
These photos were captured in the small villages of Exton and Hambleton, just north of Rutland Water and only a ten minute drive from each other. Have you ever seen anywhere so beautiful?? I hope these images inspire you to visit here for yourself.
I would mention: I would highly recommend driving around Rutland as it is one of those counties that is far easier to get around with a car! Especially as a lot of the villages are quite remote. Don’t have your own car? Why not hire one for a day or two? Car rental is available from a number of companies. Find prices and availability here.
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