Autumn is known as a time for colour, as the leaves of deciduous trees leave their branches for the ground in preparation for the winter months.
After a year of favourable rainfall, Bathurst's trees are looking healthier than ever, with shades of red, orange and yellow currently commonplace among the city's numerous streetscapes.
From Peace Park to Havannah, Piper, Hereford and Morrisset streets, the shades of autumn paint a beautiful picture of Bathurst's picturesque environment.
Long-time Western Advocate photographer Chris Seabrook was on hand to capture some of the stunning local scenery during his Tuesday travels.
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