It was a crisp, picture-perfect autumn morning today and our camera club have captured it beautifully. 

Although it was very chilly this morning, it was also perfect for an early walk to soak up the last of the autumn sun. 

Here are five breath-taking photos from the Salisbury Journal Camera Club who seem to have done just that. 

Salisbury Journal: Golden sunrise this morning. By Gabrielle SchnapkaGolden sunrise this morning. By Gabrielle Schnapka

This photo of cows grazing by Gabrielle Schnapka seems to capture autumn meeting winter. 

The mist rising from the frosty grass meets the golden, autumn sun which seems to set the treetops alight. 

In her second photo below, the sun can be seen peeking through a tunnel of trees where it bathes the forest floor in light. 

Salisbury Journal: Into the woods. By Gabrielle SchnapkaInto the woods. By Gabrielle Schnapka

Peter Norton's photo of the cathedral at sunrise seems to freeze this particular autumn morning in time, and almost looks like a painting. 

Whispery slivers of clouds hang low in the sky and meet the eerie mist below. 

Salisbury Journal: Chilly on the path across the water meadows this morning. By Peter NortonChilly on the path across the water meadows this morning. By Peter Norton

This photo of Salisbury cathedral taken later on in the morning by Suzi Elizabeth feels more wintery, with a clear blue sky. 

The colours are gorgeous, as warmth floods in from the sun just out of view behind the trees.

Salisbury Journal: Beautiful way to start the day. By Gabrielle SchnapkaBeautiful way to start the day. By Gabrielle Schnapka

Steve Hogan's photo of "Sunshine on the boats" has a surreal quality, as the longer you look the more the water ripples seem to be moving. 

In the orange glow, an idyllic autumnal scene is laid before us. 

Salisbury Journal: ‘Sunshine on the boats’ in Dorset. By Steve Hogan‘Sunshine on the boats’ in Dorset. By Steve Hogan

What's your favourite season? Let us know in the comments. 

If you captured the sunrise this morning, and want to share your photo, feel free to submit it in the box below and we'll publish them below this. 

Through the Mist by Terri Johnson

Terri said this was taken at 6.50 am today at Highpost.  

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