Top 10 pictures that will make you want to see Britain in autumn

by Rachel Ricks
Thursday 11 April 2019

Autumn in Britain is truly stunning – the air turns crisp and the changing foliage burnishes our beautiful landscapes. No wonder Instagram is full of stunning pictures of our autumnal scenes! Here are some of our favourite photos shared @lovegreatbritain and the reasons we love autumn in Britain so much:

1. Of course: those leaves burnishing

 

2. The change in light and the striking skies

 

Always love a new angle on Edinburgh! This amazing one's by @thetechcreative #lovegreatbritain #scotland #edinburgh

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3. The pretty countryside and villages

 

4. The cosy cottages with log fires

 

 

5. The rainy days when you can stay in the pub…

 

 

 

6. …or curl your hands round a hot cuppa in a tea room

 

7. The sense of drama it adds to the architecture

 

8. The city breaks for that post-summer culture fix

 

9. The shopping in preparation for Christmas

 

10. And the excuse for a good old country walk, or more challenging hike...

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Rachel Ricks

Rachel is Britain's biggest fan so she couldn't possibly choose her favourite place to visit in the country! From hiking in the wild and windswept Highlands of Scotland, to moseying around the shops in Brighton's Lanes, Rachel has done it and written about it.

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