In the UK, the best time to see Autumn leaves is usually Mid-to-late October. 

With that in mind, we’ve asked our camera club for some autumnal inspiration and where they went to capture the season.

Here are their photos with where they were taken.

Autumn in Salisbury 

Salisbury Journal: Salisbury river walk between main car park and Waitrose - By Carol ByrneSalisbury river walk between main car park and Waitrose - By Carol Byrne

Carol Byrne captured this beautiful image above of crimson leaves cascading into the water below. 

She said it was taken on the river walk in Salisbury, between Waitrose and the main car park. 

Salisbury Journal: Salisbury river walk - By Gabrielle SchnapkaSalisbury river walk - By Gabrielle Schnapka

Gabrielle Schnapka also captured a stunning image on her walk along the river.

Below are Noorie Parvez's photos which show autumn in the city. 

Salisbury Journal: Cathedral Close - By Noorie ParvezCathedral Close - By Noorie Parvez

Salisbury Journal: Salisbury Cathedral - By Noorie ParvezSalisbury Cathedral - By Noorie Parvez

There are a gorgeous range of oranges, particularly vivid in the autumn sun.

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Audrey Blythe sent in a photo of a gorgeous find in Queen Elizabeth Gardens, and April Woelke sent in a stunning shot of Churchill Gardens in the early morning, both good spots to find fallen leaves.    

Salisbury Journal: Elizabeth Gardens - By Audrey BlythElizabeth Gardens - By Audrey Blyth

Salisbury Journal: Churchill gardens - By April Woelke Churchill gardens - By April Woelke

 

Autumn in New Forest

The first place you might look for autumn leaves is a forest, and there are some captivating areas to enjoy the season nearby. 

Salisbury Journal: New Forest - By Linda DunhamNew Forest - By Linda Dunham

Salisbury Journal: Starlings on Sunday in New Forest - Linda DunhamStarlings on Sunday in New Forest - Linda Dunham

Linda Dunham took these extremely atmospheric photos in New Forest over the weekend.

Salisbury Journal: Deer in New Forest - By Suzi ElizabethDeer in New Forest - By Suzi Elizabeth

There is also something extra special about seeing nature and wildlife at this time of year, just before they go into hiding for the tough winter months. 

Suzi Elizabeth caught this moment with a deer in New Forest who was looking right back at her.

Salisbury Journal: Porcelain Cap mushrooms in New Forest - By Noorie ParvezPorcelain Cap mushrooms in New Forest - By Noorie Parvez

More gorgeous autumnal photos from South Wiltshire

Salisbury Journal: Grovely Woods - By Emma SiddonsGrovely Woods - By Emma SiddonsSalisbury Journal: Earth Stars in Grovely Wood - By Tree LewisEarth Stars in Grovely Wood - By Tree Lewis

Salisbury Journal: Wilton - By Annette ShawWilton - By Annette ShawSalisbury Journal: Millennium green in Downton - By Claire PennyMillennium green in Downton - By Claire Penny

Salisbury Journal: River Avon, Netton Bridge, Woodford Valley - By Maggie BrowneRiver Avon, Netton Bridge, Woodford Valley - By Maggie Browne

Salisbury Journal: Bentley Wood - Tree LewisBentley Wood - Tree Lewis

Salisbury Journal: Pepperbox Hill - By Jacqueline Monro-HiggsPepperbox Hill - By Jacqueline Monro-Higgs

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