AUTUMN produces some brilliant aspects of nature, and Camera Club have been out to show us what it is about.

September and October is the time for spiders and fungi.

The autumn sky also appears to be a deeper blue.

This is due to the cooling air temperature which cannot hold as much moisture.

Less moisture means that there are not as many clouds or haze, which makes the sky appear vaster and more open.

The sun is also not rising as high in the sky, so does not interfere with the colour as much.

The scattering of the sunlight (Raleigh scattering) causes diffuse sky radiation, making the sky appear blue and the sun appear yellow.

As the sun is lower, more of the blue light gets directed to the eyes and the indirect sunlight decreases the levels of red and green, making the sky look bluer.