What a way to end the summer: Incredible splash of autumn colours as Britain prepares for 27C by Friday
Spring has sprung, summer has sizzled and now autumn is bursting into colour.As forecasters predict a balmy Indian Summer this week, these stunning pictures show it might be time to step out and enjoy what's become an incredible light show in our parks and countryside.
Taken at Westonbirt Arboretum, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire, they show a riot of colour - just why the poet John Keats said autumn is the season of 'mists and mellow fruitfulness'.
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Rich reds and browns are taking over the trees as their leaves turn wonderful shades of dramatic seasonal colour.
And despite the days growing shorter, Brits have been told there's no need to put the barbecues away just yet with the temperature set to soar
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