There's a distinct bite in the air despite the sun. Summer is over, Fall has begun. Golden light and rusty tones have crept into the landscape palette, washing the scenery with idyllic magical hues. These scenes remind me to stop and breathe deep and let my eyes soak up these fast changing visual poems. This weekend, I invite you to stop and stare at the trees. It'll do your heart and eyes good.
All photography by Shehani Kay Taken on the grounds around the Tun Abdul Razak Research Centre in Brickendonbury, Hertford, UK