After an unusually hot September and warm October, trees in many parts of Britain are only just starting to show their autumn colours – but this year's display should be spectacular. A wet spring combined with a sunny summer created perfect conditions for trees, allowing them to build up plenty of the leaf sugars that produce reds, golds and orange as they are absorbed back into the tree when the weather turns colder. And as this autumn has been mild so far, the display could last well into November. IBTimes UK presents photos of autumn foliage around Britain. Send us your photos and we will publish the best.

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