Autumn Arrives on Grogan's Walk

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Sue Lewis has kindly provided Tarvinonline with photographs taken recently of the onset of autumn on Grogan's Walk. Each photograph demonstrates her expertise behind the lens and clearly shows that summer has been left behind.

If you are taking photographs locally, on any subject, then why not send them to Tarvinonline via email to editor@tarvinonline.org. Try to keep the size below 1mb, and we will ensure you receive a credit as well as showing your photos for up to 4000 followers each month to see.

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