Autumn in Taunton

DSCF5058Taunton is our county town, and the River Tone flows through it; it is thirty-two miles long and rises in the Brendon Hills near the beautifully named Huish Champflower. The river does not flow directly into the sea but joins the River Parratett at Burrowbridge. Standing on the Tone Bridge, looking along the river with Deller’s Wharf, now a nightclub on the left, the trees in the distance are just beginning to be touched by autumn.

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