Daily Telegraph readers' pictures of autumn colour
Patricia and David Betts sent in this photograph taken on the Six Mile Road in Cumberland County, northern Nova Scotia, Canada. The photo was taken last week while we were driving around the countryside admiring the beautiful autumn (Fall) colours. Picture: Patricia and David Betts
In early winter an English oak, its colours fast changing from green to russet, stands in solitary splendour among arable fields at Lamyatt in the west of England.
Cobweb Dawn - Early September morning in the Derbyshire Peak District above the village of Hathersage,with the mist being slowly dispersed by the sun. Higger Tor in the background through the mist and Over Owler Tor on the right.