As I approached Tyntsfield, Bristol, UK this morning the sky was blue, though cloudy, with some sunshine. I was hopeful for some good, autumnal, lighting and colour. However, by the time I had parked, scanned my ticket at the machine and got into the grounds, that had all changed.
In the foreground is brown leaves and a fallen bow strewn on the floor, under a big old tree. Green grass and various trees are in the middle ground. A bright sky and a few houses are in the background.
This double nut and bolt are part of the steelwork that is fixed to the concrete of the sea wall at Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, UK.
I had half an hour to spare and decided to walk along the beach in the sunshine. I'd never, previously, looked all that closely at this stuff, though in the sunlight these large fixings really stood out. Covered in grey, thick, protective paint though the first appearances of orange rust just brought the photo together for me.