Autumn’s here and there’s no better time to go for a walk with your camera. Mick Ryan, publisher of a new photo-location guidebook series, shares his tips on the best times and places to capture the season in the UK
September 2014 in the UK may be unseasonally warm but autumn is already here. Lower than average temperatures in late August mean that leaves started to change colour in early September rather than the usual early October. The combination of glorious sunshine and a countryside ablaze with reds, oranges, yellows and browns means there’s no better time to go for a walk with your camera.
Here are some photographic tips and good locations to visit to make the best of the season Albert Camus described as the “second spring when every leaf is a flower”.