It was quite early and with one of the first frosts of autumn on the ground. I decided to get out and walk down the river Dart a little way from Totnes. The early wintery light on the river and the frost made for some good photography. The frost is on the jetty here just at the edge of Totnes.
The sense of peace and tranquillity at the bottom of the path was lovely. There was hardly another person around and the river was glassy and still. There was a duck or two on the water but little else was stirring.
By the time I got back to Totnes the mist had burnt off and there was rather more sun (though not a lot more heat). The river was still calm allowing some reflections of the autumnal trees on Vire Island.