Archie's walk on Saturday was in the grounds of Temple Newsam. As you know, we often visit this stately home and its 1500 acres of parkland.
It was a lovely morning for a walk, quite mild and only a small breeze.
The trees are looking glorious at the moment in their autumn colour, though it won't be long now until they've completely dropped their leaves.
The beech walk looks a little sad, there aren't many leaves left here.
There's still quite a few flowers blooming though.
Hydrangeas look so pretty if their blooms are left to fade, so much nicer than cutting them off when they've finished flowering.
There's lots of berries this year too, a sign of a harsh winter to come, I wonder.
The rhododendrons have already formed their flower buds ready for spring.
Archie loves autumn, the fallen leaves are too much to resist. He loves to hear the noise they make as he runs through them.
Here he is just ready to start rolling around in all the leaves.
The ducks on the lake were enjoying the beautiful morning just as much as all the visitors were.
The grounds of Temple Newsam were landscaped by Capability Brown. I think he did a marvelous job around the lake, I just love all the different planting which gives a palette of such different colours.
I'm making the most of all the autumn colour as it won't last much longer.
The weather is set to become much colder over the next couple of days and snow has even been mentioned, I hope it passes us by, I'm not ready for that quite yet.