Rowan tree on a Fulham street

This is autumn in the city: a Rowan tree laden with berries on the street on a bright autumn morning in Fulham, the strong Westerly breeze blowing away the clouds and heralding the return of the many planes tracking down over London to land at Heathrow airport. Apart from the view of the tree on the street outside the window, the architecture of those flats is definitely not inspirational but count on spending more than a quarter of a million pounds if you want to try to buy one. Note: Rowan berries are poisonous.