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Autumn boasts to stunning sunsets and with the evening’s drawing in they are getting earlier.  Frenchman’s Creek Kayak Adventure is stunning at this time of year.

Kayaking under the ancient oak trees the ancient oak trees are turning from green to yellow and orange.

Kayaking under ancient oak trees touched with Autumn colours

The bright berries from holly trees in full bloom, the first hint of Christmas in nature.

Holly Bushes on Frenchman’s Creek, Helford River, Cornwall

Stunning wildlife in abundance with Little Egrets, herons, kingfishers and these lovely Swans with their cygnets. Pictured here on spring tide by Wytham Quay on Frenchman’s Creek, where we believe Daphne du Maurier moored up on honeymoon and the site where La Mouette were moored up waiting for the tide to rise in her novel ‘Frenchman’s Creek.

Swans and Cygnets on Wytham Quay, Frenchman’s Creek

Kayaking up towards the Helford on this afternoon kayak adventure towards a stunning sunset.

Kayaking up Frenchman’s Creek towards the Sunset

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