Glistening in perfect symmetry these breathtaking pictures may look digitally enhanced but they are in fact autumnal Britain in its natural glory.
Amateur photographer and keen walker Roger Merrifield, 45, has spent the past few weeks collating this stunning series of mirrored landscapes from the Yorkshire Dales to the Lake District to the Scottish Highlands.
Mr Merrifield, originally from Burnley in Lancashire, has spent many years walking in the north of Britain pursuing his love of the great outdoors.
'It makes you happy to be alive,' explained Mr Merrifield, who travelled to Glencoe in Scotland last month. 'You forget everything; all the stresses and strains of modern life melt away and you just concentrate on capturing the perfect light.'
According to the business director, the best time to capture the wonder of the autumn landscape is an hour before and after sunrise, and the hour before and after sunset.
...And how big is the pot of gold at the end of this rainbow?
This is the moment a tiny island off the coast of Cornwall came alive with colour at the end of a rainbow. The amazing picture was taken by Emily Walton, 30, who climbed through the skylight in her roof to take the picture when she saw the rainbow lighting up the island in Trevorne Bay in Padstow.
Emily said: 'I looked out my window and couldn't believe what I was seeing.
'One minute the skyline was drab and dull after days of torrential rain, the next the island was completely illuminated.'