These photos show how stunning the autumn colours are in Yorkshire this year

In an autumn like no other, one thing stays the same - colour.

Lime Walk on the Castle Howard estate
Lime Walk on the Castle Howard estate

Yorkshire Post photographers have been roaming across the region this month to find the most spectacular leaf displays. Many top attractions, such as Castle Howard and Thorp Perrow Arboretum, are still welcoming visitors to their outdoor areas - but check instructions carefully, as you may need to book in advance. If you're heading to Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal to see the deer herds, remember it's the rutting season, so give them plenty of space and don't get too close.

The Atlas Fountain on the Castle Howard estate

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A stag enjoys the rut at Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden
A crimson glory vine frames the entrance to the walled garden at National Trust property Beningbrough Hall, near York
A jogger in the parkland of Temple Newsam House, Leeds
Autumn colours surround the streams and reservoirs of the Rivelin Valley, near Sheffield
Thorp Perrow, near Bedale, is enjoying its most popular season
Gibson's Mill, the visitor centre at National Trust site Hardcastle Crags, near Hebden Bridge
The River Wharfe at Hebden in the Dales