Tell us about your favourite autumn location featuring the changing of nature’s colours and wildlife spots – the best tip wins £200 towards a Coolstays break
“I had not been out many minutes this afternoon before I discovered that it was the kind of autumn day every minute of which becomes a memory and seems, as it goes by, to have the beauty of a remembered thing.” So wrote the Guardian’s country diarist Basil de Sélincourt 100 years ago. Autumn is the most evocative season, when colours change, mists roll in, the light softens and wildlife is afoot gathering up the hedgerow harvest of blackberries, rose hips, crab apples and hazelnuts. We’d like to hear about your favourite autumn locations featuring forests and wildlife.
If you have a relevant photo, do send it in – but it’s your words that will be judged for the competition.