One of my favourite places to visit when autumn begins and the trees start to turn is a very small and quaint village called Burnsall. The best part about this place is the walk along The River Wharfe which offers some great scenes such as the rapids, limestone cliffs and the beautiful autumnal trees reflecting off the calmer parts of the river.

Aiding the beauty were the pale blue skies which always contrast well with the dark oranges and deep red tones bringing the photos to life. If you do manage to make it over to Burnsall I recommend a nice pint of bitter in the Red Lion pub right next to the stone bridge, always a great way to cap off a nice scenic walk I think. As a bonus once we were leaving the pub I noticed a rainbow beginning to appear so I quickly got the camera out and managed to capture a half decent scene I think.

On a side note I haven’t been able to get out as much as I’d like this autumn so hopefully I’ll get out more when the winter kicks in and get some nice snowy scenes as I have done before.

Small Church in Burnsall Autumn Reflections on The River Wharfe Autumnal Trees in Burnsall Autumnal Trees in Burnsall The River Wharfe, Burnsall The River Wharfe, Burnsall Timothy Taylor Landlord in Burnsall Rainbow over the bridge in Burnsall