Autumn has definitely settled in here in London. Even in a central London park, the light and colours of the leaves look beautiful at this time of year. I often try to go for a walk in my lunch break in one of the parks near to work. These photos were taken in Green Park, which was gorgeously empty, even at 3 in the afternoon. There was only a distant rumble from the traffic, and I had a lovely autumn walk in the sunshine.
November was mainly a month of making things. In October, I got involved with two different projects that required me to make something by the 15th of November.
First was the Pintester Movement, which you can read about in an earlier post I made here. I really enjoyed participating in this and making my little felt Christmas tree, which is now hanging on an actual Christmas tree somewhere in the US.
We finally harvested our pumpkins, which means we now have our garden back as it's no longer taken over by pumpkin leaves. We got one small, one medium, and one enormous. We gave the medium one to a friend who had us over for Thanksgiving at the end of November. We're working our way through the small one (below), which is lovely and sweet, but I've no idea what we're going to do with the enormous one, unless we eat nothing but pumpkin for the next month.
Savoury pumpkin recipe suggestions will be greatly appreciated!